Night Market at the Mobile Museum of Art


Mobile Museum of Art is proud to host a Night Market of artist and artisan wares. Mobile Botanical Gardens will be set up from 5-8 pm in the Lobby to sell special plants propagated at the MBG Greenhouses. Also, have a great time just soaking in the talent and supporting local artists.

Artists will be doing demos at 6 and 7 p.m. Geaux Boys food truck at 6 p.m. with music by Emily Stuckey. Beer and wine by donation.

Fall Vegetable Gardening

Saturday, September 6, 9-11 am

$25 members; $35 non-members

Now is the time to start planning if you want to cultivate the fruits of the cool season. A Fall garden is a delight – garlic, lettuces, fennel, greens, winter squash and more. Learn how and when to plant for high harvest and low maintenance. We’ll go over the  planting calendar,  provide recommendations, and talk about where to find the best plants and seeds.


Herb Day 2014

Herbs A-Z

Saturday, September 20, 2014
9 am-Noon
Sponsored by MBG and the Gulf Coast Herb Society

New for 2014! A Make and Take Herb Day where you’ll learn the basics of growing and using herbs from A-Z and take home your own herb sampler.

You’ll also be treated to an herb themed lunch, door prizes, silent auction, plus a mini market of hard to find herbs and other herb related items. Since it’s a make and take, seating is limited to 80, and PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED. $30/person.

Click here to download your registration form and send it with check to the Gulf Coast Herb Society today! Registration deadline is September 12.

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  • The popular and informative GCHS cookbooks Tea Time in the Herb Garden and HERBS: A Reason to Season
  • A selection of hard to find herbs that do well on the Gulf Coast
  • Herb-related gift items
  • Silent auction of unique herbal and gardening items, many handmade by GCHS members

Cool Season Annuals

oriental-poppyOctober 7, 2014

You can grow hollyhocks, poppies and more on the Gulf Coast! We’ll show you how and help get you started. Tues. 1-3 pm. Members $25, non-members $35.