Join us for an evening as we celebrate the garden at the Soup Kitchen!
Your $35.00 contribution gives you an EMPTY BOWL, handmade by local artisans!
Fill your EMPTY BOWL with yummy delights grown from the garden and/or donated by local producers.
Sip some local wine, stroll through the garden, enjoy live music and bask in the bounty of the garden...
Hand-crafted pottery bowls made by Susan Pezanowski and friends
Local wine provided and poured by Goodwater Vineyards (Laura Poland)
Local food provided by Aliceson Bales & Robert Wheale
Music provided by Manny and Natalie Rodriguez & James Hall
Food created by Chef Mary Goldman
All proceeds benefit the Soup Kitchen Garden.
Plans are to install irrigation and expand the garden in 2019.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!
Friday, July 20th
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
715 Wesley Street in Greeneville
The Big Spring Master Gardeners thanks you for attending their annual Spring Plant Sale event!
We thoroughly enjoyed seeing many old friends and acquaintances at our annual spring plant sale last weekend at the Greene County Fairgrounds, along with meeting new folks and making more friends!
We greatly appreciate your generous support. All proceeds from the sale benefit our local community garden projects, including the Boys and Girls Club Youth Demonstration Garden, the Tabernacle Mission Soup Kitchen Garden, the New Hope Cemetery Garden and landscape projects at the Greene County Fairgrounds and the Research and Education Center at Greeneville.
We will see you next year with an assortment of flowers, herbs, and veggies…and even MORE educational demonstrations….
Have a fabulous summer GROWing Great in Greene County!
BSMGA members (front row, L-R): Lydia Sweatt, Jeanne Driese, Mary Goldman, Beverly Barnett, Martha Fluharty, Jane Karuschkat, Michele Bradley, Annie Dunn (back row, L-R): Pat Moore, Sarah Stone, Susan Pezanowski, Glenn Karuschkat, Beth Hembree, Joe Brown, Elizabeth Joly, Bob Fleegle, Melody Rose, Ron Davis, Kelly Grantham, Betsy Long, and Todd Long not pictured: Bev Walker, Elizabeth Ferguson, Georgia Stone, Jerry Kische, Patricia Hayes, Randi Nott, Jeanie Jackson, Mary Anna Pirozzoli, Wolf Spendel, Rebecca Tillero, and Virginia Williams
"Teas & Sweets"
Join Master Gardeners Randi and Patricia as they prepare delicacies from their garden/herb bounty, including lavender sugar cookies (from Aunt Viney at the New Hope Cemetery), strawberries with mint whipped cream, maple dill carrots (using local tapped maple syrup), peppermint tea and a lemon tea made with lemon herbs...
Sample a taste at the Greene County Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 12th as they demonstrate how to use those herbs you just bought with ease! Demo time is 10:00 am.
The Big Spring Master Gardeners will have lherbs available for purchase to grow your garden this season!
Companion Planting Concepts
Would you like to know which plants are beneficial to each other, and which ones may be harmful to plant together?
Join Martha and Susan for a discussion on these and other topics on "Companion Gardening" at the Greene County Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 12th. Demo times are 9:45 am and 12:15 pm.
The Big Spring Master Gardeners will have plants available for purchase to grow in your garden and flowerbeds.