Nursery events

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Upcoming Events

Sharing is Caring Small Business Saturday

Saturday, November  26th   

Take a break from all the  leftovers and join us for burgers and hot dogs on Small Business Saturday!


The grill will be fired up and lunch served from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. It's free! 

Shop for the perfect Christmas Tree, we will have fresh cut trees and potted evergreen trees that can be planted after the holiday season.

Trace Branch Farms Wreaths will be available too! These locally-foraged, hand-crafted wreaths are works of natural art and look beautiful for months. You don't want to miss these!

Stop by the Make & Take table in the greenhouse and make a Paperwhite Holiday Jar for $5. This festive little planter would be a great gift or pretty addition to your holiday decor. Place in a sunny spot and keep watered for a pop of spring flowers in just a few weeks!

Last but not least, in the spirit of giving this holiday season we are collecting donations for Second Helping NWA.
Second Helping NWA is a community based, non-profit organization with one guiding goal: feed people. Under the love and leadership of Nate Walls, owner of Secondhand Smoke BBQ, Second Helping NWA feeds those in need in our community regularly, 3x a week and more!

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Arts and Crafts Fair

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Saturday, October  22nd    9am - 4pm

 

 

 

 

 

We are once again having our Fall Arts & Craft Fair day here at White River Nursery!!


Join us for a relaxing craft fair experience with some great local artists, crafters, makers and bakers. It’s a great opportunity to do holiday shopping with friendly faces among our beautiful plants. 


The day will include live music by Mostly Jazz with Jerry Dowding !

 

This event is free to attend!

Native Bee Class

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Sunday, September  18th  @  2pm

 

 

Did you know Native bees are responsible for much of the pollination of our native plants?

One Mason bee can do the pollinating of 100 honeybees (which are not native to US)!

Come find how you can become a “beekeeper” of native bees.
It’s simple, safe, inexpensive and rewarding!

Steve Brizzi will share his knowledge of native bees, such as the Mason Bee and Leafcutter Bees on Sunday, September 18th at 2:00 pm.  Steve has become a Native Bee Advocate through his work with the Washington County Master Gardeners. He has made over 100 bee nest boxes to host bees in Master Gardener garden projects across the county and in private gardens.