When: May 18, 2019
Where: The Monte Vista Hotel
Location: 308 W. State Street, Black Mountain
Timing: 9 am to 4 pm
Food: Lunch available at Hotel
This much loved event is a favorite of locals and visitors from neighboring states. Typically we have over 20 plus vendors located with a large assortment of plant material and garden accessories. Shoppers enjoy the large selection of plants and leave with arms filled with flats of plants. The Clothes Line Sale is a must see as this is a popular fundraiser for the Committee. Many gardeners enjoy the mini garden workshops and learn something new then relax on the Hotel porch to have a wonderful lunch.
We are pleased to have the following vendors joining us for our 2018 Black Mountain Garden Show and Sale. Pictured above is Florida Flame from Mountain Mist Nursery. Please click on the vendor below to view their website.
Charles Street Garden
Laurel Hill Nursery
We are hosting educational gardening workshops to fit all experience levels and covering a range of topics. These 20 minute talks will be given by experts and you're sure to leave with a green piece of insight and inspiration. Seating is limited for these free workshops, so schedule some time to participant in these talks,
The Committee will be holding their 4th annual Clothes Line Sale fundraiser at the Garden Sale. Personal services are donated by committee members then displayed as amazing artwork flyers on the Clothes Line for you to purchase. Come Early as these services go quickly and remember All proceeds from this fundraiser help support the Seed Money Award, Consistent Look Project and other committee projects to benefit the beautification of the Town.
We are so fortunate to live in such a wonderful, giving community as Tom Sobanski and Garry Biggers (BM Digital Media) put this video together depicting our 2017 Garden Sale ~ enjoy it and see you on May 19th.
This is what the Beautification Committee is all about ~ talk about team effort! This stunning picture was created by our amazing artist Joyce Black-Woerz. The t-shirt was designed by Barb Calloway. It was printed locally in Black Mountain. If you know a member of the beautification committee, they will sell you one. Otherwise, come to the beautification booth on May 19 and pickup your shirt. They sell for $24 short sleeve and $28 long sleeved shirts.