Location: Douglas County Museum of History and Art, 6754 Broad Street, Douglasville, GA 30134
This fun evening will include tasting wine, previewing the miniature gardens displays and the art exhibits. Guest will also have the opportunity to see all the other interesting exhibits during this fundraiser for the Museum. Tickets may be purchased at the Douglas County Museum of History and Art, 6754 Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia, 30134 on Tuesday, May 1 thru Friday, June 1, 10am-5pm and at the door on the time of the event. Presented by: Uncorked on Main, a wine and craft boutique featuring local wines and regional craft brews.
The Festival Market Is a juried market which features beautiful art by local artists, handmade jewelry, garden statuary, iron works, plants, (including hydrangeas!), handcrafted soaps and candles, and much more. The Market also includes a sidewalk café where you can enjoy lunch. Free shuttle to this location. Click HERE to download and print the vendor application. Pets, (other than service dogs), are not allowed in restricted areas, i. e., inside the Courthouse, Museum, Art Center and private gardens.
We welcome participants in the Hat Parade, both young and old! Simply wear your adorned hat and be on the steps of the Douglas County Courthouse by 9:00am, Saturday June 2. Hope to see you there!
Tickets may be purchased at the Douglas County Museum of History and Art, 6754 Broad Street, Douglasville, Georgia, 30134 on Saturday June 2 thru Sunday, June 3, 8am – 4pm and at the Douglas County Courthouse, 8700 Hospital Drive, Douglasville, Georgia 30134 on Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3, 8am-4pm. Each year, the Garden Tour Committee selects several gardens to showcase. A number of the gardens chosen have been featured in national magazines, one of which has been featured in over 25 publications, including the most recent one, an international magazine from New Zealand. His garden has also been presented on HGTV. Some of the garden locations feature porches, ponds, sheds and even a tree house. You will enjoy spectacular color with hundreds of hydrangeas throughout these gardens. The Committee makes an effort to feature gardens in the downtown Douglasville area, and in the outlying County. Each garden is different in style, size, and features different approaches to gardening. As an added experience, you will enjoy seeing artists painting in each garden. The Garden Tour requires extensive walking and the gardens are not disabled-accessible. Cost for the Garden Tour is $25.00 per person. Free shuttle provided for in-town gardens and events. Pets, (other than service dogs) are not allowed in restricted areas, i. e., inside the Courthouse, Museum, Art Center and private gardens.
This exhibit features paintings, sculptures, photos and more.
Miniature gardens in small containers including wheelbarrows, pots, and a multitude of other creative containers. The miniature gardens include plants, miniature garden furniture and structures and more. This exhibit is one of the Festival favorites. Free shuttle to this location. If you’d like to participate in the Miniature Garden, please download and review the rules here.
Each year the Douglas County Master Gardeners spend countless hours working hard to create this beautiful vegetable garden to feed the less fortunate members of our community. In addition to seeing the vegetable garden, you will enjoy the artistic creations of themed scarecrows. Free shuttle to this location.
Designers and landscape architects design and install self contained gardens utilizing the latest in design concepts. These gardens are designed to give visitors ideas for their own gardens while thinking “out of the box”. Free shuttle to this location.
Each year, a lead hydrangea is chosen for the Flower Show and the Festival. For 2018, we have several lead hydranges and the theme is “Passport to Cityline”, which will take us around the world and beyond through these beautiful flowers. The Flower Show is a Standard Flower Show and the Show is judged by State Garden Club Judges. The Flower Show has won top state and national awards in its category and this year should be no exception. It is executed by Douglas County Garden Clubs (Ama Kanasta, Town and Country, and Sweetwater), as well as the support of the awesome Douglas County Master Gardeners. The show includes a multitude of horticulture entries from local residents. In previous years, there have been over 500 entries creating a vision for all visitors to enjoy. There are also design table settings, bed trays, educational exhibits and more, all of which are breathtaking. All in all, the flower show is something you will not want to miss. As a suggestion, you might allow 1-2 hours to make sure you are able to see and absorb all the elements of the Flower Show. Free shuttle to this location. Note that the Flower Show opens at 1:00 pm on Saturday due to state judging. It opens at 9:00 am on Sunday.
The Cultural Arts Council has a wide variety of events in support of the Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival.