Wooster area’s Quailcrest Farm readies for final Spring Garden Fair

Wooster area’s Quailcrest Farm readies for final Spring Garden Fair

WAYNE TWP.  The Bruch family is retiring from the plant business at Quailcrest Farm but not before hosting one more Spring Garden Fair.

Yes, the greenhouse and Garden Barn will close June 26, and this weekend’s fair will be the last one. However, the gardens on the property will be maintained, and for those thinking about hosting a wedding, the Tracy Barn will continue to be available.

“We’re breaking lots of hearts. We just know it’s time for us to retire and enjoy our own gardens,” said Ginna Phillips, one of the four Bruch siblings who continued the business founded by their mother Libby Bruch in 1975.

Quailcrest Farm will celebrate its 35th annual Spring Garden Fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. More than 50 exhibitors will display their art and horticultural products in tents and in the gardens across the farm. 

Last year’s fair was canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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