Spring Things Local Market at Botanica at The Farm at South Mountain

Spring Things Local Market at Botanica at The Farm at South Mountain

Head to Botanica on Saturday, February 25 from 9 am to 2 pm for all things local & spring from some of our favorite Arizona artists and purveyors. This open air market will feature local shops with items for purchase such as succulents, hand lettered signs, candles, jewelry and more! It’s the perfect time to start Mother’s Day shopping or find your friend a great gift!
Saturday, February 25

9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Botanica at The Farm at South Mountain

6106 S. 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85042

No entry fee


Stop by for breakfast or lunch before or after you shop!

Morning Glory Cafe — 8 am – 1 pm

The Farm Kitchen — 10 am – 3pm


Current Spring Things Local Market Vendor List:

#Botanica at The Farm

Mama’s Place – Geodes, jewelry and wind chimes

Prickly Pear Lane – Kids clothes & toys

Spine Wallet – Wallets

Moss Points North – Button Earrings & Macramade Hangers

All the Tiny Pieces – Hand made Jewelry

Joliene Hayton – Wood Burned Art

Cactus Boutique – Succulent arrangements

Glass Affair- Marilyn Field’s Glass Art

Rebecca Rush – Hand made books

Roots Farm Studio – Ceramics

Sunday Morning Bloggers (Crystal Peralta) – AZ Embroidery, Hoops, Keychains, Wood Engraving.

Sonia Gracia Handmade – Clay Jewelry and Home Accessories

The Giving Soap –

Towanda! Design Studio – jewelry

YArt – Recycled, Reused, Repurposed Yard Art



To be considered for a vendor spot, please email classes@thefarmatsouthmountain.com with your company name, website, Facebook and Instagram pages, and pictures of items you would sell.

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