Get Ready for the Plant Sale!

Spring is finally here and that means it is time for the annual Holden Beach Beautification Club Plant Sale.  This event is our largest fundraiser of the year and we depend on it to keep the island’s gardens looking great.  We will have a beautiful selection of annuals and perennials to brighten any home!

When:  Friday, April 27 and Saturday, April 28 (The weekend of Days at the Docks Festival) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Where:  Emergency Operations Center, behind the Food Lion on Sabbath Home Road

This year’s sale is especially important.  We have begun the refurbishment of Padgett Garden.  You can read more about this large project by clicking here.  Some of the salvaged plants from this well-loved garden will be offered for sale at the Plant Sale.  You can add a part of Padgett Garden to your own landscape!

The other big news is that in conjunction with the Town, our club will be adding landscaping to Bridgeview Park.  A successful Plant Sale will help us add another layer of beauty to this gem of a park!

Did you know…

  • 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser are used for plants and landscaping materials for the public gardens of Holden Beach

  • Club members plant the Town’s gardens twice each year, in spring and fall, with colorful annuals and are constantly tucking beach-friendly perennials into the Town’s gardens all over the island

  • Plants are grown locally at nurseries that support HBBC or are shared by members, and this year we will also have plants from Padgett Garden to take home.

  • Plants make great, lasting souvenirs to remember Holden Beach!

  • Can’t make it to the Plant Sale but still want to support it?  Consider sending a donation, it’s even tax deductible!  Click here.

Come out and support this worthwhile fundraiser and come away with not only a gorgeous plant for your home but knowing you helped make Holden Beach a little more beautiful!

Questions?  Email Pat Schwaiger or 910-846-3129

Click here for more information!

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