The Greenery, Inc. – Friday, February 28, 2014
Let The Greenery add some Spring to your step this March. The Greenery, located at 960 William Hilton Parkway on beautiful Hilton Head Island, will host events this March for customers old and new. You’re invited to shop, explore and learn how to transform with new gardening trends at FREE seminars and the Antiques & Garden Collectibles annual Spring Open House.
CONTAINER GARDEN TRENDS
10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 5 and Saturday, March 8
Looking for new ideas to help update your container gardens for spring? The Greenery’s Master Gardener Wendy Porterfield will help spark your creativity by demonstrating a variety of techniques for spring plantings.
SMALL GARDEN DESIGN
10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 12 and Saturday, March 15
The Greenery’s Small Garden Design Consultant Gary Moews will show you how to choose the proper flowers, plants and ground cover to create a garden that will make your neighbors green with envy.
GET WILD IN DESIGN
10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 19 and Saturday, March 22
Come learn from the best – Christina Hodge, Horticulturist and Floral Manager at The Greenery will demonstrate how mixing colors, shapes and wild plants will create the perfect garden oasis in your garden.
GARDENING FOR THE BIRDS AND THE BEES
10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 26 and Saturday, March 29
The Greenery’s Horticulturalist Carol Guedalia will share all you need to know about Pollinator Friendly Practices you can easily implement in your own backyard to create a healthy, thriving landscape.
RSVPs are encouraged to 843-785-3848 or firstname.lastname@example.org.A special discount will be offered in The Greenery Garden Center to those in attendance who make a purchase that day.
You’re also invited to The Greenery’s Spring Open House from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, March 23 at the Antiques & Garden Collectibles, 960 William Hilton Parkway, Hilton Head Island. We will launch our Easter and Spring line of décor and gifts including the unique collection of antiques and home accessories. While guests peruse the latest finds, they can enjoy refreshments.
For those who have visited the Antiques and Garden Collectibles Shop, you may be aware of the building’s unique and historical background. Many customers come to browse, buy and simply be inspired by the restored building and all its character. The historic building, circa 1873, was originally the Old Bethlehem Church just outside of Ridgeland. Ruthie Edwards, one of the founders of The Greenery, purchased the building and had it moved 28 miles by flatbed truck and barge to its current location where it initially housed The Greenery’s offices.