Dec. 5, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens
The Red Mountain Garden Club will have its 30th annual Greenery Sale Dec. 5 at the BBG. The sale was started 30 years ago when Mrs. Caldwell “Jean” Marks had the idea to start the annual tradition. Club members take great care to find the best fresh-cut greenery for garlands, wreaths and more. This year, shoppers can choose from many original, handmade centerpieces, boxwood trees and kissing balls. Red Mountain Garden Club members, along with Pratt Brown of Pratt Brown Landscapes and Bob Newton of Landscape Services, donate fresh cut greenery for the “do-it-yourself-ers” looking for rich red deciduous holly, hemlock, nandina berries, yaupon holly, variegated acuba, monkey puzzle and more. Shoppers will also find hand-tied bows and designer ribbon. This year a special section will offer unique gift items. Those who pre-ordered can come to the Hodges Room at The Gardens on the day of the sale to pick up their greenery. The sale benefits the Birmingham Museum of Art Memorial Garden and the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. For more information, contact Kathryn Corey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 960-2963.