Master Gardners Of Hamilton County will hold their third annual Fall Garden Festival this Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at UT/TSU Hamilton Country Extension & Bonny Oaks Arboretum, 6183 Adamson Circle in Chattanooga.
Admission is $5; children 12 and under are free. There is free parking.
"Focusing on gardening and the outdoors, MGHC’s Fall Garden Festival brings together an exciting array of exhibits, demonstrations, educational activities and vendors of interest to experienced gardeners, gardening enthusiasts, browsers and children," organizers said.
Activities during the Fall Garden Festival include:
• Live Demos: Composting, Bee Keeping, Cool Weather Vegetables, Ergonomic Tools, Invasive Vines, Magical Monarchs, Proper Mulching, Raised Beds & Fall Planting, Tree & Shrub Care and more;
• Vendors & Exhibits: Live Plants (Natives, Perennials, Trees & Shrubs), Hand-Crafted Edibles & Other Nature-related Products, Nature-Inspired Art, Hand-Made Gardening Accessories and more;
• Children’s Activities & Soil Tunnel (ages 2-12);
• Ask a Master Gardener Q&A; and
• Food Trucks
Proceeds benefit MGHC’s horticulture scholarships and community garden grants programs.
For updated information and to purchase tickets in advance, visit https://mghc.org/fall-garden-festival/