Mounts Botanical Garden Reschedules PLANT-A-PALOOZA to Nov. 14-15
Moves PLANT-A-PALOOZA 2020 to Nov. 14-15
Due to Forecasts of Tropical Storm Conditions
Annual Fall Plant Sale Will Be First Major Public Event at Mounts Since Last March with Strict Health & Safety Guidelines
(West Palm Beach, FL – November 4, 2020) Mounts Botanical Garden, Palm Beach County's oldest and largest botanical garden, is rescheduling its first major public event since the onslaught of the COVID-
"We are sorry to move back our popular plant sale one week, but the health and safety of our visitors, vendors and staff is always our paramount priority," says Mounts Curator Director Rochelle Wolberg. "Of course, with the current COVID pandemic, we're also adhering to Palm Beach County and CDC requirements and guidelines, so our delayed Plant-A-Palooza will still be held at reduced capacity. We are also requesting that all tickets be purchased in advance through www.mounts.org. Previously purchased tickets are still valid."
Sponsored by the Palm Beach Chapter of the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association, the fall plant sale will feature more than 30 vendors, offering a wide range of plants, shrubs, trees, garden furniture & accessories, baskets, and fine crafts, all spread throughout the Garden. For example, the Palm Beach Chapter of the Rare Fruit Council will have its own booth promoting Fruitilizer, a fertilizer specially formulated for South Florida soils.
Visitors can stroll and shop in a socially distanced, relaxed environment, while looking for Bonsai, bamboo, bromeliads, butterfly plants, citrus, ferns, Florida natives, flowering trees, ginger, heliconia, orchids & supplies, pitcher plants, plumeria, roses, succulents, vines and more.
"The Mounts Nursery and Vintage Thrift Shop will also be open November 14-15 with a great variety of plants and unique treasures for the home and garden," adds Wolberg.
Mounts Health & Safety Guidelines
+ Masks are mandatory; social distancing will be enforced.
+ Hand sanitizing stations will be available.
+ There will be no carry out assistance. Visitors should bring their own wagon or cart.
+ There will be no food vendors Water will be available for purchase.
Available for Interview:
Rochelle Wolberg, Curator-Director
Mounts Botanical Garden