The North Carolina Botanical Garden will host its second annual Spring Plant Sale and Festival. Festival-goers will be able to purchase plants native to the southeastern United States and grown at the Garden’s own nursery, as well as plants from several other local nurseries. In addition, attendees will enjoy live music, food trucks, kids’ activities, and the display gardens bursting with spring blooms. Admission is free, and all are invited. In addition to native plants, there will also be a book sale featuring texts on gardening and botany, and local conservation non-profit organizations will be present to talk about their work. For kids of all ages, there will be face painting, henna tattooing, bubbles, and even a special appearance by UNC’s Ramses. Maple View Ice Cream, Will and Pop’s, and Crêpes Véronique food trucks will offer food for purchase, and a live band will provide music.
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