HENDERSONVILLE — Indulge your green thumb with a Memorial Day weekend visit to Hendersonville for the Garden Jubilee Nurseries & Orchards Tour.
There are 16 stops on the self-guided tour, allowing flexibility to map out your own route.
The garden centers and nurseries participating in the tour will sell annuals, shrubbery, perennials, herbs, trees, vegetables and hard-to-find plants. Orchards will offer produce, jams, jellies, honey, cider and baked goods.
Both nurseries and orchards will host vendors selling garden accessories, crafts and additional plants. Food trucks will be on hand at select locations.
A street show in downtown Hendersonville is one of 16 stops on the tour. Everything from small and mid-sized plants to garden art and tools to organic gardening supplies will be available, as well as craft and specialty items
“Just about anything you need for your garden, we’ll have it on Main Street,” said Amy Boswell, event coordinator with the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority.
A hospitality tent in the parking lot of the Visitor Center will allow people to store their purchases, then drive to the parking lot later for loading.
To help with social distancing, the downtown fair will be tripling of typical space between booths.
Garden Jubilee Nurseries & Orchards Tour hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all three days. The downtown fair will be held on Saturday and Sunday only. Pets are not permitted in the event areas.