The Southeastern Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society will hold a one-day flower show on Saturday, April 28 at St. John in the Wilderness, Wilderness Room (old Parish Hall), 1895 Greenville Highway, Flat Rock.
The judged show will feature hundreds of cut rhododendron trusses and azalea sprays as well as arrangements and new hybrid blooms grown in this area.
It will be open to the public for viewing from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Chapter members will be on hand during the show to answer questions.
Anyone is welcome to exhibit single rhododendron trusses, azalea sprays or arrangements featuring rhododendrons and/or azaleas, even if you're not a member. The chapter can provide expert information on “Cutting Trusses for Show," as well as how to prepare flowers for exhibit.
Bring your fresh cut entry to the St. John in the Wilderness, Wilderness Room (old Parish Hall) between 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. on April 28. Standard vases will be provided.
April Sanborn, show chairman says,, “I think this will be a good move for us because of the easy access and the size of this beautiful facility.”
For more information, contact April at ASanbornA@aol.com or call 828-586-8648.