This year’s annual Garden Jubilee will still go on this Memorial Day Weekend, but with a few modifications to help ensure the safety of all vendors and patrons amid coronavirus concerns, and in order to follow federal and state mandated guidelines for cleaning, social distancing and limiting crowd size.
Here’s the breakdown: Garden Jubilee will be moved off of Main Street Hendersonville out to the Hendersonville area farms, nurseries and orchards, making it more of a Nursery & Orchards Tour. Each venue will host a few craft or other garden related themed vendors at their location, meaning you will still be able to find plant starts, yard art, gardening supplies, produce, jams, jellies, honey, cider, baked goods and all of the other great buys you typically find at Garden Jubilee. This year, it will go from May 22 – 25, Friday through Monday of Memorial Day Weekend, from 9 am – 5 pm daily.
Garden Jubilee is one of the largest gardening shows in the Southeast and was named as one of the Southeast Tourism Society’s “Top 20 Events in the Southeast” for May 2020.
A brochure and map will be available closer to the event date, but for now, get all of the details (locations will be added as they are confirmed) at https://www.visithendersonvillenc.org/garden-jubilee
Memorial Day weekend is the kick-off to the summer season; spend it in Hendersonville. Click here for lodging or area information or call the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority at (828) 693-9708 / 800-828-4244. Garden Jubilee is an event of the Henderson County Tourism Development Authority.