It will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn on April 25. It is open to the public for viewing from 2-4 p.m., free of charge.

The public is invited to enter Petite Horticulture entries not to exceed 12 inches and must be designated as a small or petite plant. For more detail information contact Virginia Pennington at

The Council of Garden Clubs has recently installed the Georgia Camellia Trail Sign on the property of the Fulwood Garden Center. This sign identifies this location as one of the 31 Georgia Gardens that are on the Georgia Camellia Trail. The garden is open to visit and view the Camellia plant for tourist and the Tifton community.

This trail includes the garden at the Governor’s Mansion in Atlanta, which has a camellia named for Sandra Deal by the Tifton Council, Rosalynn Carter and Betty Foy Sanders and goes in all directions in the state.