The Soap & Succulents business bloomed from a family’s shared love of creating beautiful things. Our soap is expertly crafted in small quantities, ensuring the integrity of the finest olive and essential oils, resulting in a soap bar that leaves your skin feeling fresh, soft and supple. Our succulent planters and paintings are artistic pieces designed to inspire the senses and bring beauty to any indoor or outdoor space. For more information contact Andrea Mueller Andreas.email@example.com.
The 2018 Plant & Green Elephant sale is comprised of garden items donated to benefit the Coronado Flower Show. These donated items include pots, tools, yard art, small yard furniture, etc.
Public service information booths will include:
- Coronado Cares (Animal Welfare)
- Coronado Street Tree Committee
- Coronado Arts Commission
- City of Coronado Public Works Department
- John D. Spreckels Center & Lawn Bowling Green
- Coronado Senior Association
- Coronado Historical Association
This “little bit of country in the city” is right in the heart of San Diego at 3110 Euclid. Here, on two acres of land, Farmer Bill Tall has been organically maintaining plants, bushes and trees since 1972. Part working farm, City Nursery also hosts classes ranging from growing your first vegetable garden, to canning and cooking, to beekeeping. And you’ll find plenty of pets and animals roaming the grounds as well.
Susan Aach grew up in Hawaii but now lives in San Diego. She started creating ceramic planters to combine both her love of clay and affection for plants, especially the succulents and cacti growing in the garden next to her studio. Being an avid scuba diver and outrigger canoe paddler, she searches for sculptural specimens that mirror life under the sea. She honors these unusual plant creatures by creating distinct containers that are not only functional, but also complement their unique beauty. For more information contact Susan at (602) 740-9690, firstname.lastname@example.org
Blaine Tiongson and Theresa Solis’s ine of hand-painted terracotta pots are filled with plants they propagate. At the Momma’s Pots booth, shoppers pick a pot, and the proprietors suggest a plant to fit the environment where it will live; then the shoppers top off their selection with mosses, gravels or rocks, and it’s all tied up with a Japanese-style fabric. Momma’s Pots also sells bath balms and soy-based candles.