Calloway's and Cornelius Nursery Hosts Annual Edible Festival

Calloway's and Cornelius Nursery facilitate a free event with a vegetable and herb gardening focus at all garden center locations in the Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston areas.

Fort Worth, TX, March 09, 2012 --( Calloway’s and Cornelius Nursery gardeners can learn more about gardening with a purpose at the garden center’s annual Edible Festival event held at all 19 Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston locations on Saturday, March 10.

On Saturday, March 10 at 10:15 a.m., all stores will facilitate the “Spring Vegetable and Herb” gardening clinic where interested parties can learn how to grow their own fresh, healthy food. Gardeners can also learn about effective herb container combinations at the Calloway’s and Cornelius Herb Bar. Informative sessions will be held throughout the day. The festivities will also include prize drawings from sponsors – Chef Jeff and Blue Label Herbs.

“Growing your own vegetables and herbs is becoming more popular each year, and we are excited to serve as a gardening resource for those interested in learning more about edible gardening, networking with other gardeners and having some good old fashioned fun!” Kimberly Bird, Vice President of Retail Marketing, remarked.

The Edible Festival is one of many free gardening events that Calloway’s and Cornelius Nursery host throughout the year. Learn more about other gardening events at

Calloway’s and Cornelius Nurseries is a 19-store garden center chain serving the Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston markets. The company strives to make gardening fun, easy and successful for customers by offering expert advice from Texas Certified Nursery Professionals; store environments that are educational and easy to shop; weekly gardening clinics that serve both novice and expert gardeners; displays and instructions to aid gardeners with design and color development in their yards; and a product selection of the best plant varieties available. For more information, visit

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Melyssa Prince