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Garden Sale

We are an all-volunteer group of individuals dedicated to beautifying the Town of Black Mountain, NC.  We are working on the following new projects.

Welcome to the Front Porch of Western North Carolina

The 2016 Seed Money Finalist were awarded their prizes at the end of March and read who won.


May 21, 2016

Black Mountain Garden

Show and Sale, 9 to 4 pm


The Black Mountain Beautification Committee

is a private, non-profit organization focused on beautification and community partnerships in the western North Carolina. 


The Beautification Committee strives to maintain and nurture the town gardens, green areas and also to establish more natural gardens in designated open areas. The Committee works with town groups to realize this vision of Black Mountain as a hospitable and scenic mountain community.

We invite you to use this website to review our
projects, become a volunteer, or make a contribution. 

Mark your 2016 calendar as the Garden Show and Sale is set for Sat., May 21 from 9 am to 4 pm held at the grounds of the historic Monte Vista Hotel in Black Mountain, NC.

“My village never had access to the clean water we needed to sustain all of our people until Water Charity. They came to us with open arms and big smiles, helping us install multiple wells and educating us about the importance of clean drinking water. They have helped us so much!"

 

Kamoual,

Village Elder

Clothes Line Sale

Black Mountain Beautification Committee


Enter 5th Annual Garden Contest deadline June 20th


Seed Money Award

What's in the Works

Being part of the Black Mountain Beautification Committee exists in many ways through volunteering on projects and/or donations. 

On May 21, visit our Clothes Line Sale booth at the Garden Sale.  Get a sneak peek at what donations are for sale at our fundraising event.

Donations of any size are welcome and will enhance the funds available for projects.

Get Involved


June 5, 2016

Shop Ten Thousand Villages in Montreat from 1 to 5 pm to support BMBC