Bullington Gardens hosts holiday craft and greenery sale Nov. 30-Dec. 1

Press release from Bullington Gardens:

Bullington Gardens, a horticultural education center and public gardens, holds its 14th annual Holiday Craft and Greenery Sale on Friday, Nov. 30, and Saturday, Dec. 1. The Holiday Sale and Open House is held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days.

The Holiday Craft Sale features nature-themed, handcrafted items, including tree ornaments and free-standing owls and snowmen. Wreaths and swags embellished with botanicals gathered on the Bullington Garden grounds and created by volunteers are ready for your home. Premium amaryllis, poinsettias and cyclamen plants are also available.

The Holiday Greenery Sale features premium, freshly-cut Fraser fir trees ranging in height from five to eight feet. These native trees come from the Western North Carolina mountains, and are wrapped to protect them during transport. Also available are premium garlands in a 25’ length, plus unadorned 8” and 12” wreaths. An order form is available at www.bullingtongardens.org. Holiday greenery must be pre-ordered by Wednesday, Nov. 21, as limited quantities will be available at the Holiday Craft Sale. Greenery can be picked up during the Holiday Sale, and weekdays thereafter.

Bullington Gardens is a proud supporter of our veterans, and believes all service members should be honored for their sacrifice. Your $16 donation to honor a fallen veteran will provide a 12” wreath, decorated with a red bow, placed on a gravesite at the State Veterans Cemetery in Black Mountain. Veteran wreaths can be ordered at www.bullingtongardens.org or purchased during the Holiday Craft and Greenery Sale.

Bullington Gardens is located at 95 Upper Red Oak Trail in Hendersonville. For more information, call Bullington Gardens at 828-698-6104 or visit www.bullingtongardens.org.

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