Georgetown Home And Garden

Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association proudly presents, Home Show 2017.  If you are thinking about buying a home, making improvements to your existing home, or are just looking for great ideas – you’ve come to the right place! This show has something for everyone as you visit over 200 exhibitors showcasing their products and services.   This is the perfect opportunity to research many different high quality companies and products in a fun and friendly atmosphere over a short period of time.  Whether you have a specific project in mind or are just looking for ideas, this show has something of interest for everyone.  Enjoy impressive product displays by specialists in the fields of new home construction, remodeling, outdoor living, swimming pools, home security, hurricane protection, interior design, energy efficiency and much more.  These specialists are committed to their craft and can answer your questions face to face while giving you helpful ideas to obtain your goals.   Another of our popular show attractions are the informative workshops, seminars and special events.  Our seminars and workshops lineup includes industry experts giving advice on energy conservation, gardening and landscaping tips, interior design ideas and culinary demonstrations.  Sample some food, learn new things, ask questions, and have fun.  Check out the show schedule for a full list of times of the various events. You will also find exhibits by some of our local, non-profit neighbors. Coastal Animal Rescue, is hosting a Silent Auction including pet and home products with all proceeds from the auction going to the care of homeless animals.  They will also have some cute, furry friends at the show that are looking for a forever home. The Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild, will have an exhibit with paintings and crafts by talented members of our community.  The Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association is committed to supporting charitable local groups to help make our community a better and stronger place.   We look forward to seeing you at the show!
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Miniature Garden Houses & Garden Fairies Inspire All Ages Here at Fairy Homes and Gardens, we are committed to helping you create memories that last a lifetime with an enchanted miniature fairy garden. When our owner, Ronna was a young girl, she would leave the busy city behind to visit her cousins in the vast countryside. She and her cousins would dance into the woods, and her cousins would ask Ronna and her brother to close their eyes so the fairies could create some magic. When they opened their eyes, the siblings were delighted by gifts of shiny pebbles and pretty flower petals. Mesmerized, they would take these treasures home and place them in their own fairy gardens. Whether you are building your first garden or adding to one you already have, our collection is sure to create nostalgia, encourage imagination and bring delight to everyone who encounters it. Create Dream Miniature Fairy Gardens Miniature fairy gardens are the perfect gift for any loved one (or yourself). Filled with old world charm and whimsical delight, these special creations are complete with miniature garden fairies that will brighten your day and help keep your spirits high. At Fairy Homes & Gardens, you will find a rare collection of enchanting miniature garden houses and accessories that complement any fairy garden - indoors or out! Place your own miniature fairy garden houses in a planter, on your patio or in a quiet corner on your terrace and let your imagination run wild with our selection of magical fairies, gnomes, miniature garden houses and adorable garden accessories. Our accessories collection, sized to fit your miniature fairy garden, includes gazebos, birdbaths, fences, gates, bridges, mini gardening tools, planters and more! Add a gorgeous country or storybook cottage and accentuate it with your favorite greenery and flowers. Get inspired, and order a miniature fairy garden that grandma or your kids will love. Grow your garden on every holiday, with a new fairy, gnome, accessory, or outbuilding for year-around fun and charm.
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Create Dream Miniature Fairy Gardens Miniature fairy gardens are the perfect gift for any loved one (or yourself). Filled with old world charm and whimsical delight, these special creations are complete with miniature garden fairies that will brighten your day and help keep your spirits high. At Fairy Homes & Gardens, you will find a rare collection of enchanting miniature garden houses and accessories that complement any fairy garden - indoors or out! Place your own miniature fairy garden houses in a planter, on your patio or in a quiet corner on your terrace and let your imagination run wild with our selection of magical fairies, gnomes, miniature garden houses and adorable garden accessories. Our accessories collection, sized to fit your miniature fairy garden, includes gazebos, birdbaths, fences, gates, bridges, mini gardening tools, planters and more! Add a gorgeous country or storybook cottage and accentuate it with your favorite greenery and flowers. Get inspired, and order a miniature fairy garden that grandma or your kids will love. Grow your garden on every holiday, with a new fairy, gnome, accessory, or outbuilding for year-around fun and charm.
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Temporary Closure of Gardens from July 2017 At Dumbarton Oaks, we are committed to preserving and maintaining our historic gardens and collections to the highest standards, while incorporating technological improvements that will ensure their good repair and longevity. We are just finishing a yearlong renovation of the museum, which will reopen in late April. The time has now come to undertake large-scale improvements to the gardens’ water-supply network, which dates to the gardens’ original creation in the 1920s. We are therefore obliged to close the gardens to the public from July 10, 2017, to March 15, 2018. We will take this opportunity to enhance storm-water management throughout the property, in keeping with our commitment to sustainability and the environment. We invite you to enjoy the gardens before their temporary closure on July 10; you can purchase a reduced season pass here. (Admission is free until the beginning of our regular season on March 15.) Find out more information. About the Gardens In 1920, after a long and careful search, Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss found their ideal country house and garden within Washington, DC. They purchased a fifty-three-acre property, described as an old-fashioned house standing in rather neglected grounds, at the highest point of Georgetown. Within a year the Blisses hired landscape gardener Beatrix Farrand to design the gardens. Working in happy and close collaboration for almost thirty years, Mildred Bliss and Beatrix Farrand planned every garden detail, each terrace, bench, urn, and border. Since that time, other architects working with Mildred Bliss, most notably Ruth Havey and Alden Hopkins, changed certain elements of the Farrand design. The gardens have also changed in function. In 1940, Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss gave the upper sixteen acres to Harvard University to establish a research institute for Byzantine studies, Pre-Columbian studies, and studies in the history of gardens and landscape architecture. They gave the lower, more naturalistic twenty-seven acres to the United States government to be made into a public park. An additional ten acres was sold to build the Danish Embassy. In 1941, anticipating the inevitable changes that would accompany the gardens' different function, Farrand began to write a Plant Book, to define her design intentions and suggest appropriate maintenance practices. Her suggestions for stewardship still prove useful today, more than sixty years later.
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In 1920, after a long and careful search, Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss found their ideal country house and garden within Washington, DC. They purchased a fifty-three-acre property, described as an old-fashioned house standing in rather neglected grounds, at the highest point of Georgetown. Within a year the Blisses hired landscape gardener Beatrix Farrand to design the gardens. Working in happy and close collaboration for almost thirty years, Mildred Bliss and Beatrix Farrand planned every garden detail, each terrace, bench, urn, and border.
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You will also find exhibits by some of our local, non-profit neighbors. Coastal Animal Rescue, is hosting a Silent Auction including pet and home products with all proceeds from the auction going to the care of homeless animals.  They will also have some cute, furry friends at the show that are looking for a forever home. The Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild, will have an exhibit with paintings and crafts by talented members of our community.  The Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association is committed to supporting charitable local groups to help make our community a better and stronger place.  
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Miniature Garden Houses & Garden Fairies Inspire All Ages Here at Fairy Homes and Gardens, we are committed to helping you create memories that last a lifetime with an enchanted miniature fairy garden. When our owner, Ronna was a young girl, she would leave the busy city behind to visit her cousins in the vast countryside. She and her cousins would dance into the woods, and her cousins would ask Ronna and her brother to close their eyes so the fairies could create some magic. When they opened their eyes, the siblings were delighted by gifts of shiny pebbles and pretty flower petals. Mesmerized, they would take these treasures home and place them in their own fairy gardens. Whether you are building your first garden or adding to one you already have, our collection is sure to create nostalgia, encourage imagination and bring delight to everyone who encounters it.

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