MrMaple Festival

MrMaple Festival

The MrMaple Festival is a showcase of rare and unusual plants! More than 1000 different cultivars of Japanese maples will be available for purchase.

Plus, enjoy a garden talk to learn more about Japanese maples, enjoy lunch, and take a guided tour of Hill Stone Arboretum and of Maplewood Gardens.

Garden Jubilee

Garden Jubilee

Garden Jubilee is the largest gardening festival in the region, held in Historic Downtown from Sixth Avenue-Caswell Street over Memorial Day Weekend, from 9am-5pm both Saturday and Sunday. Vendors will be selling 1000’s plants, arts & crafts, lawn/garden accessories & food, plus experts will be on-hand to answer your gardening questions. Garden Jubilee is an event of the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority.

New for 2019, Garden Jubilee will include an expanded Garden Speaker Series, featuring multiple local garden and lawn experts covering a range of topics. Presentations will be held hourly from 10am-2pm on the stage at the Visitor Center, check website for info on times, topics and speakers. www.visithendersonvillenc.org/garden-jubilee

Garden Jubilee

Garden Jubilee

Garden Jubilee is the largest gardening festival in the region, held in Historic Downtown from Sixth Avenue-Caswell Street over Memorial Day Weekend, from 9am-5pm both Saturday and Sunday. Vendors will be selling 1000’s plants, arts & crafts, lawn/garden accessories & food, plus experts will be on-hand to answer your gardening questions. Garden Jubilee is an event of the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority.

New for 2019, Garden Jubilee will include an expanded Garden Speaker Series, featuring multiple local garden and lawn experts covering a range of topics. Presentations will be held hourly from 10am-2pm on the stage at the Visitor Center, check website for info on times, topics and speakers. www.visithendersonvillenc.org/garden-jubilee

Art In Bloom

Art In Bloom

Art In Bloom is a celebration of ephemeral beauty! The Gallery at Flat Rock is pairing twenty professional floral designers with and equal number of artists to present imaginative interpretations of juried works of art for the 4th annual “Art In Bloom” exhibit, taking place May 24 – 27, 2019.

A preview reception from 5-8pm, Friday, May 24th will benefit local high school art programs.

Art In Bloom is the Gallery at Flat Rock’s most popular exhibit of the year — it is a visual feast!

May 24th: 5-8pm
May 25-27th: 10am-5pm

Garden Jubilee

Garden Jubilee is Hendersonville’s premier lawn & garden show, and one of the largest gardening shows in the Western North Carolina. Historic Downtown from Sixth Avenue – Caswell Street from 9am-5pm.

Garden Jubilee highlights 265 vendor spaces lining Main Street. Learn tips and tricks from regional gardening experts located throughout the festival. Local and regional nurseries will be selling 1000’s of annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs and hard to find plants on every block of the festival. Crafters create distinctive garden art to enhance the beauty of your yard. There will be handmade lawn furniture, jewelry, garden tools, yard art, planters, wind chimes, birdhouses, as well as soaps and pottery. Shoppers bring wagons to transport their many purchases.

The Southeast Tourism Society has named Garden Jubilee a STS Top 20 Events in the Southeast for May 2018. The Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Festival and Event Awards have highlighted programs around the Southeast since 1985.

Animals Are Prohibited.

Garden Jubilee is an event of Lowes & Henderson County TDA, Hendersonville, NC 828-693-9708 or 800-828-4244

Schedule
Download a Garden Jubilee Schedule
Saturday, May 26
9am-5pm / Street Festival (Sixth Avenue – Caswell Street) arts & crafts, 1000’s of plants, garden experts, and food
9am-5pm / Hospitality Tent (Historic Courthouse block, 1st & 2nd Avenues) plant sitting, festival information and maps
Lowe’s Garden Clinics with Southern Living Magazine Specialist Bill Slack at the Visitors Information Center (201 S. Main St.)
11am /  “Beautiful Landscapes Don’t  Happen by Mistake
1pm /  “Wandering Through the Garden  – Pathways & Patios”
3pm /  “Let’s Rejuvenate Our Tired and Overgrown Landscape”
Sunday, May 27
9am-5pm / Street Festival (Sixth Avenue – Caswell Street) arts & crafts, 1000’s of plants, garden experts, and food
9am-5pm / Hospitality Tent (Historic Courthouse block, 1st & 2nd Avenues) plant sitting, festival information and maps
Lowe’s Garden Clinics with Southern Living Magazine Specialist Bill Slack at the Visitors Information Center (201 S. Main St.)
1pm / “Beautiful Landscapes Don’t  Happen by Mistake”
3pm / ” Let’s Rejuvenate Our Tired and Overgrown Landscape”