Nectar and Company’s second annual Garden Market, a unique plant sale designed to inspire and create, will be held at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Garden Market will consist of six enticing themed concept shops in a 60 by 60 square foot tent. Under the auspices of the giant tent, attendees will be directed to these “shops within a shop” areas specifically designed to highlight the creativity and fun of gardening.
How to videos, designed and created to show guests fun, unique and exciting ways to utilize the Garden Market merchandise will be available for purchase. Action and cooking stations will inspire guests to decorate and entertain inside and outside of their homes with featured flowers and plants. The shops will also feature demonstrations by local chefs, kids’ activities, and passels of suggestions for plant usage.
A portion of Garden Market proceeds benefits the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Concept Shop Themes are as follows.
DIY in 1, 2, 3:
Nectar and Company makes creating a successful container garden a snap! Let us show you three simple steps to dress up your front porch as easy as 1, 2, 3. The container clinics make beginners look like pros!
Ballroom in Blooms:
Waltz into spring, then cut in for a tango with tangerine. This year’s Pantone color is the sassy and surprising Tangerine Tango. You’ll want to dance when you see how this color brightens your containers and highlights your borders. Come and dance with the Nectar and Company Stars!
Taste of the Old Thymes:
Lettuce surprise you as your taste buds reminisce about the good old thymes with our farm to table culinary creations. Learn how to chop, chop, you’re on your way to fantastic salad creations. Listen as our pros tell you how to put up fruits and veggies for winter. Look at our chef’s fantastic creations as you remember your roots and dig deep into southern traditions.
Springtime in Outer Space:
Create a futuristic, funky extraterrestrial environment in your garden. This spring explore with succulents, Air Plants, Terrariums, black Petunias, Fiber Optic grass and Diamond Frost Euphorbia to create designs that are truly out-of-this-world!
Young gardeners can shoot for the stars at this cool constellation station. Kids create and take home your own cutting edge constellation for a otherworldly experience!
Grillin’ and Chillin’:
Look no further than your backyard for all of the edible elements for your next Bar-B-Q! Learn how to make char-grilled salsa, tasty veggies and herb-infused mixed drinks. Our tips will make your next grill night a breeze!
Date & Time: Apr 20, 2012 til Apr 22, 2012 (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM) Location: Museum of Arts and Sciences Category(ies):
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