We are an all-volunteer group dedicated to beautifying the North Carolina Town of Black Mountain.
Come join us as we have fun together by making the town a more beautiful place for all.
We host fall & spring litter sweeps, the fall and spring garden sales, 2022 seed money award for the community.
Get ready for fall planting and holiday decorating by attending the Black Mountain Fall Garden Sale.
Friday, Sept. 10, 3 to 7 pm and
Sat. ,Sept. 11, 9 to 4 pm
The Monte Vista Hotel, 308 W. State St.
Pre-order t-shirts Now, just click on link. The sale will feature trees, shrubs, native plants, perennials, grasses, and bulbs. Get ahead of the holidays and pre-order holiday greenery. This gardener's event will have specialty plant vendors, raffles, food, and drinks. Let us help you create the garden of your dreams! Keep up-to-date on the news by following the below link.
You are invited to our Weeding Friday at Town Square. On Aug. 7, we will be having a work day at Town Square to weed and clean up the square. This will start at 8:30 am until 10 am. Folks will be on hand to answer your weeding questions. Come and join your neighbors as we spruce up our town!
You never know who will drop into our meetings.
Your welcome to join us on Aug. 17 at 5:30 pm, Lake Tomahawk Picnic Pavilion, 401 Laurel Circle Dr.
We will be discussing, fall garden sale, garden sites/containers/Town Square and more.
While the new CDC guidance doesn't require masks and social distancing, we understand that many of you will be more comfortable still doing it. The meeting place is large enough that we can bring our own chairs and do what is comfortable for you.
A memorial honoring those who have died during the COVID-19 pandemic was completed in early April. The project, located on a town-owned site known locally as “The Hill” above the Sutton Ave. parking lot.
Longtime committee member Debbie Green proposed a “facelift” to the site comprised of all-native plants while offering a large donation to the project. A memorial sign to honor Debbie's former husband, W. Larry Ventis, was installed in the garden.
One of the biggest compliments members can do is bring their friends, family, and neighbors to a committee event. A big thank you was given to Benjamin Nikolai for bringing volunteers from Excel College. They did an outstanding job and we made some new gardening friends. Thank you Benjamin for all that you have done for the committee.
Thanks to Pat Reichenbach for leading this special project of having new beautification plant containers on the Avenue. This was a local effort, as Walt Tolley built the containers, Dan & Tekla Howachyn creating the metal art strapwork and the beautification team did the rest ~ Carl, Barbara, Anne, Tracy, Julie, Jean, Lyndall, Katherine, Leesa, Ruth, Sally and Mary
P.O. Box 363, Black Mountain, NC 28711
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