ROSWELL, Ga. — Bulloch Hall’s annual Garden Faire heralds the start of spring planting season and provides a one-stop shop for everything you need to make your gardening dreams reality. This year’s Garden Faire will take place April 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine, on the grounds of Bulloch Hall in Roswell. This free gardening event, hosted by North Fulton Master Gardeners, will have something for every level of gardener — from novice to seasoned.
The event will feature a fantastic variety of perennials and annuals, garden and specialty vendors, garden art and pottery, gardening experts and advice and the pass-along plant sale.
The event will also feature demonstrations in the garden:
10:30 a.m. – “Heavenly Hellebores” by Andrea Towers and Carol Brooks, North Fulton Master Gardeners.
Noon – “Flower Arrangements Right from Your Garden” by Annette Joseph, author of Picture Perfect Parties and a regular on the “Today Show.”
1:30 p.m. – “Lazy Beekeeping” demo and book signing by Julia Mahood, Georgia Master Beekeeper.
The “Fleatique” will boast all types of gently used household goods, books and garden items.
The event will feature a bake sale and coffee. For lunch, Harry’s Farmers Market will have pulled-pork barbecue and a vegetarian option available.
Bulloch Hall, one of Roswell’s Southern Trilogy Historic Homes, is at 180 Bulloch Ave., off the Roswell Square at Ga. 120 and South Atlanta Road (Ga. 9). For information, visit www.bullochhall.org.