Mounts Botanical Garden Announces New WINTER PLANT SALE, February 6-7, 2021
"Our Fall and Spring Plant Sales have historically been very popular, so we decided to add a Winter Sale next month," says Mounts Curator-Director Rochelle Wolberg. "In these very challenging times, our goal is to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for our vendors and the public."
Visitors can stroll in a relaxed environment while shopping for a wide variety of plants, shrubs, trees, garden accessories, and fine crafts. The Mounts Botanical Garden Nursery and Vintage Thrift Shop will also be open with a variety of plants and unique treasures for home and garden.
Public health and safety remain prime priorities. Mounts Botanical continues to adhere to Palm Beach County and CDC requirements and guidelines. The sale will be held at reduced capacity, and the 40-50 vendors expected will all be outside, spaced for safety, and located throughout the Garden.
Winter Plant Sale
General Sale Information
+ The dates/hours are Saturday, February 6, 9 am to 4 pm (with Mounts Members' preview from 8 to 9 am); and Sunday, February 7, 9 am to 3 pm.
+ The Entrance/Exit will be located at Gate 2 Only in the former DMV parking lot. The front entrance gate and back area gate will be closed.
+ Event Parking is in the adjacent old DMV lot and the Mounts front entrance lot (there's a pathway to Gate 2). No on-street parking.
Tickets Should Be Purchased in Advance
+ Admission is FREE for Mounts members starting at 8 am on Saturday only. A current membership card is required.
+ Advance admission for nonmembers is $10 (general/ages 13 and up); $5 (children 5-12). Advance ticket sales close at 5 pm on February 5.
+ Gate admission is by credit card only at $12 and $5.
+ Reciprocal Admission Program members are $5. The ticket must be purchased at the gate by showing a membership care.
+ Tickets can be purchased in advance online at https://www.mounts.org/
+ All tickets are nonrefundable but, if not applied during the Winter Plant Sale, may be used for Garden admission through April 30, 2021.
Available for Interview:
Rochelle Wolberg, Curator-Director
Mounts Botanical Garden