The Spring Hill Garden Club will hold it’s annual “Holiday in the Gardens” event in the Nature Coast Botanical Gardens next month. The volunteers of Nature Coast Botanical Gardens have planted several evergreen trees in the gardens and individuals, clubs, businesses, and organizations are invited to decorate them on December 6th beginning at 9:00 a.m. for a $25 donation. Refreshments and entertainment will be provided on decorating day and the trees will be on display for the public to view through early January. A sign will be displayed with each decorator’s information. Those visiting the Gardens will be able to vote for the “best decorated” tree through Christmas Eve ($1 per vote). This year the volunteers at the Gardens have also added Holiday Wreaths to the festivities. Beautiful hand-made and unique wreaths will be on display at the December 6th event and a contest for “most popular” wreath will take place. The Nature Coast Botanical Gardens is located at 1489 Parker Avenue in Spring Hill. The Gardens were founded by the Spring Hill Garden Club in 1994 and is maintained by volunteers, donations, and events such as this. Today there are numerous gardens: herb, memorial, wildflower, waterfall, native plant, cactus, tea, rose, secret, fantasy to name a few. In addition, the garden railroad will be decorated for the holidays which should interest children of all ages. For additional information visit http://www.naturecoastgardens.com/ or call (352) 683-9933.
– Posted on November 30, 2014Posted in: Upcoming Events