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Columbus Botanical Garden Hosts Annual Spring Plant Sale and Garden Market: “BloomFest”

Apr 5, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 5, 2018

 

CONTACT: Danita Gibson Lloyd

Development & Marketing Director

Columbus Botanical Garden

706.327.8400 ext. 3 office /706.593.7614 cell

 

Columbus Botanical Garden Hosts Annual Spring Plant Sale and Garden Market: “BloomFest”

Two Days of Flowers, Plants, Pottery, Garden Furniture, Paintings, and A Whole Lot More

                         

Columbus, Ga., April 5, 2018 – Plant lovers and weekend garden warriors, Columbus Botanical Garden is hosting its 10th Annual Spring Plant Sale and Garden Market, dubbed “BloomFest” on Friday & Saturday, April 6 & 7, 2018 on its grounds at 3603 Weems Road from 9 am to 5 pm. Being held whether it’s rain or shine and offering free admission to the public, the sale will feature a wide variety of items for gardeners, plant lovers and anyone who appreciates nature’s beauty.

Many local nurseries, businesses and master gardeners will be onsite at BloomFest. Vendors include Lewis Simmons Designs, Big Oaks Potter, Jenny Jack Farm, Whimsical Designs by Marleen, Super Sod, Bird Houses of Ornithology, Old River Sawmill, Bloomwoods, Fiddleheads, Southern Seasons Landscape Nursery, Triple B Gardens, The Fite Studio & Paint Parties, Garden Delights, June Bird Hypertufa, St. Francis Integrative Medicine, Bill Kes and David Sprout.

Interim Executive Director Bruce Howard, said, “There is truly something at BloomFest for everyone who loves a garden - from the novice with little to no green thumb to the master gardener and student of botanicals.” Bruce continued, “Although admission is free to the public, BloomFest is a major fundraiser for Columbus Botanical Garden, making it possible to keep our Garden operational. Therefore, we invite the community to come out to support us as we work together to help our Garden grow.”

 

About Columbus Botanical Garden

Nestled in North Columbus amid shopping and eateries, Columbus Botanical Garden operates as a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission

is to develop gardens, protect woodland, and provide educational programs that stimulate the imagination and deepen our understanding

and appreciation of nature. This preserved jewel of pine and hardwood forest is a remnant reminder of the native Central Georgia

landscape that is becoming more scarce as the region continues to develop. Since its founding in 1999 with a gift of acreage and buildings

from the children and families of Lillie Belle Kimbrough Adams and later approved by the Columbus City Council, Columbus Botanical

Garden (CBG) has been the steward of a 23-acre rolling property located about 6 miles northeast of downtown Columbus. With its recent

expansion to 36 acres, CBG now encompasses four developed acres, and there are additional plans for further development with its $10

million “Growing Towards Greatness” Capital Campaign.

For more information on how you can participate in programming, volunteer or donate, please visit www.columbusbotanicalgarden.org,

follow us on Instagram @Columbus_Botanical_Garden, like us on FaceBook at www.facebook.com/columbusbotanicalgarden, contact

our offices at 706.327.8400, email us at contactus@columbusbotanicalgarden.org or visit our offices at 3603 Weems Road, Columbus,

Ga. 31909.

 

 

 

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