Events at Aiasõber 2023

We will open sale garden 20, April, 2023 at 9.00 am. Thursday. Once again we offer a rich selection of roses, ornamental trees and shrubs. Of course, the assortment of perennial flowers is particularly good. Flower bulbs, strawberry frigo plants, berry bushes are not missing. There are also flower bulbs and horticultural goods.
Visit us at the Türi Flower Festival 19-21 May, 2023. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Traditionally, you can find the gardener’s display on the large lawn. This time, we offer a rich selection of perennial flowers and roses. For those who wish, we will bring their orders to the loading area free of charge.
Jaanipäeva’s frenetic shopping rally takes place from 20-22. June, 2023. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. And-yes – a three days this time! During these days, we offer a wide range of price surprises. What exactly – follow the promotion on our website and FB account. It’s good for your wallet to take part in the Garden Friendly Plant Sale.
Open Farms Day 2023 in Garden Friend on 15 – 16 July. Saturday and Sunday. The national Open Farm Day is organised by the Ministry of Agriculture in cooperation with the Rural Economy Information Centre. This year, the Estonian Farmers’ Confederation and the Estonian Farmers’ Confederation are also partners. Cooperation with LEADER Action Groups is also carried out.
⦁ On 16 July (Sunday), starting at 11.00 and 14.00, there is the opportunity to take part in guided tours of the Collection Garden free of charge. We will also continue to improve the programme. Follow the announcements on our website.
The third Perennial Flower Days! 28 – 30 July, 2023. During the event, the Estonian Perennial Flower of the Year 2023 will be chosen. Estonian Perennial Flower of the Year 2023 announced by a jury of experts out on Sunday, 30. July at 14.00 in the garden of a garden friend in Tüki village, Tartumaa. At the same time, the people’s favourite will be chosen. For up-to-date information, we recommend you to join the FB group Permanent flowers in Estonia.