A group of Black Mountain residents initiated the Black Mountain Beautification Committee in 2000 with the goal of improving the aesthetics of our community. As a non-profit organization, we exist solely by the support of community volunteers, private donations and the Town of Black Mountain of North Carolina.
Fall is in the mountain air and we continue to dress up downtown to welcome in the season. These dogs and cats look approving over the new fall plants in their hayrack.
On Oct. 8, volunteers from the Black Mountain Beautification Communittee and ladies from the Swannonoa Correctional Center carefully planted snapdragons, pansies and violas in hayracks and containers outside downtown businesses. Come on downtown to see the plant containers using the thrillers, spillers and fillers technique and join us on our next volunteer event - Events and News. To see more hayrack and plant container pictures -Projects.
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Black Mountain Garden Show & Sale
Saturday, May 16, 2015
9am until 4pm
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