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Holiday Greenery and Craft Sale
December 1, 2017 - December 2, 2018Free
Bullington Gardens’ 13th Annual Holiday Sale features premium, freshly-cut Fraser fir trees ranging 5-8′ in height. These native trees come from the Western North Carolina mountains. Also available are premium garlands in two lengths plus unadorned 12” wreaths. An order form is available at www.bullingtongardens.org. Holiday greenery must be pre-ordered by Wednesday, Nov. 22, as limited quantities will be available at the Holiday Craft Sale. Greenery can be picked up during the Holiday Sale, and weekdays thereafter.
The Holiday Craft Sale features decorated wreaths and swags, many embellished with natural items gathered on the Garden grounds. Unique, handmade holiday craft items created by Bullington Garden volunteers are featured. New this year is an assortment of charming, fairy-themed crafts. Premium amaryllis, poinsettias and cyclamen are also offered.
After the Holiday Sale weekend, all craft items and decorated swags and wreaths will be available for purchase at Bullington Gardens Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Dec. 17 or as supplies last.
Again this year, Bullington Gardens is offering to place wreaths on veterans’ graves. For a $16 donation, veterans and volunteers will lay a wreath, decorated with a red bow to honor a fallen veteran, on a gravesite at the Western Carolina Veterans Cemetery in Black Mountain on Dec. 16.