Art Outdoor, Organic Shape will be on display at the Cleveland County Arts Council 2022 Garden and Outdoor Tour.
The event will be held on Saturday, June 4 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
The self-guided tour includes seven outdoor residences and a “work of art”.
Places to visit include:
Pine Hall, Andrea Pots
224 Fairway Drive, Shelby
Andrea and Patrick Potts bought Pine Hall in June 2016.
Earl and Montrose Mechum They built the Pine Hall in 1973. Many of the features of the house are preserved in historic homes in North Carolina, including Lock Shack, now known as Love Shack, in honor of the second pastor, Frank and Virginia.
The gardens at Pine Hall include the Southern Garden with hundreds of species of plants, including boxwood, hydrangeas, rhododendrons, orchards, Laurel, Azalia, roses, foxes, holihox, iris, hostess, and more. The gardens in Pine Hall are a memorial to Patrick Pots, who, along with his wife, had a vision of renovating this house and gardens.
Jim and Pat Par
1322 Vista Drive, Shelby
Thirteen years ago, Jim and Pat Par moved from the Shawangung Mountains in New York to Shelby. Soon there were a number of issues that needed attention on the property: invasive plants, flooding, overgrown grass, lack of vegetation, insufficient birds and insects.
The couple first studied animal and plant studies, and then worked to create a sustainable indigenous home for 10 years. The property is now a certified native plant. The property includes trees, shrubs, butterfly flowers, orchards, shady gardens, and perennial flower beds.
Phil and Sandy D.
400 Woodhaven Lane, Kings Mountain
Phil and Sandy D. bought their farm and home in King Mountain in 2008. Sandy immediately realized that she wanted to find a way to work with Mother Nature. After growing vegetables and herbs for the market for many years, she stumbled upon flowers in 2018.
They also grow blueberries, leafy greens, and chicken eggs for eggs. Phil and Sandy’s home and farm are miles away from Cleveland County.
Sandy bouquets are available for purchase with a $ 20 gift to the Arts Council.
Dr. Kevin and Ronda James
143 Lakemont Drive, Shelby
James Garden is a garden that has been planned for over 25 years. Moss Lake is the backdrop of wheelchair accessible gardens. The outdoor fireplace, water feature, greenery, and lots of flowers and plants provide something for each season.
Matt and Lauren boundaries
2908 Hollis Road, Polkville
Boundaries Describe Their Property as Pastoral Position The main focus of vegetation is on the collection of trees, as in nature arborretum. Driving in the indigenous dry white hickory forest opens up grassland surrounded by managed pine forests. The South Mountain Game Lands with Hinton Creek forming the northern boundary of the property overlooks the view of the meadows and the Dutch-style lawn.
Harvested upper and lower loops create walkways to see the trees planted along the lawn.
A slightly different kindergarten, Paul Owen
2810 Hollis Road, Polkville
A.D. Multiple Award Winning Daily Breeding Paul Owen returned from Pollville to Pennsylvania and found a slightly different place to breed thousands of flowers. The nursery room he created will be open to visitors during the tour.
As part of the tour, Owen will register a new, unique variety of flowers to donate $ 100 or more to the Arts Council by June 4.
“Happy Little Dangers” is a new 2022 daylily created in our county, especially to keep the Cleveland County Council of Arts alive (and well!). Each petal has up to 20 flowers, so established clusters can easily grow for a long time. These plants are available to certain guests who should take them with them.
Paradise Garden Center
460 Cherryville Road, Shelby
The event venue, which is sponsored by the event, invites consumers to stop by to see the indoor, outdoor, annual and perennial plants of choice growing everywhere.
There will be a wood-fired pizza in their outdoor kitchen from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Do you want to go?
Tickets can be purchased for $ 20 from Arts Council 111 S. Washington St., Shelby from 9 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They are also available online at ccartscouncil.org. They can also be purchased in cash or by check only at individual homes on the day of the event.