Join us for the evening premiere of the Sacred Heart Garden Festival. This evening features delectable cuisine by Tastefully Yours, musical entertainment by Jason Shepherd and Jeff Johnston and the first viewing of extraordinary gardens and floral exhibits created by local garden professionals. Be among the first to purchase unique plants and garden accessories in the Garden Market!
Enjoy inspiring landscape and floral exhibits, discover hard to findgreat plants and garden accessories in the Garden Market and enjoy educational and entertaining speakers at Sacred Heart Cultural Center during Festival hours.
Visit exceptional private gardens which are generally not open to the public. Visit the garden tours for more information about the specific gardens featured this year.
Unwind with great music by Joe Stevenson, signature beverages and flavorful eats from Fat Man's Cafe Food Truck and more in Sacred Heart's courtyard garden.In addition, enjoy visiting the exhibits and vendors in the vibrant atmosphere of a Spring Night.
Hear experts in the field of horticulture and garden design during the Festival's lecture series. Speakers include Robert "Buddy" Lee, Chris Van Cleave and Amanda McNulty. Speakers times are Friday, April 20 and Saturday April 21 at 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM.
Among the myriad of Japanese maples and thoughtfully planted gardens of Mr. and Mrs. R. Daniel Blanton, cookbook author, Pat Branning, will inform and entertain guests about Georgia and southern cooking as they enjoy a delectable fare of specialties as well as afternoon tea service. The gardens will open early for patron’s enjoyment and the seating for the talk and tea will follow.
Children can experience gardening with hands-on activities such as planting sprouted seeds, making seed bombs and learning different ways to start seeds. Visit with Smoky Bear and enjoy other gardening activities. Children 12 and nder FREE with ticketed adult
Experience live butterflies up close! Wander through and feed beautiful butterflies in their thoughfully created habitat made possible by Bedford Greenhouses and McKnight Construction Company. Learn about these fascinating creatures in this exhibit that proves to be magical, yet entertaining.
Located in the Enterpise Mill Event Center Starch Room, view imaginative floral designs based on the theme, "Recollections of Augusta". The horticulture section will display an array of winning garden specimens an three educational displays. A parking lot is available behind the event center on Greene Street.