IMA Members receive 20% off their total purchase at the Madeline F. Elder Greenhouse & at the Newfield plant sale location on April 23 and 24.
Shake off the winter weather at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Perennial Premiere, the IMA’s annual salute to spring, takes place on Saturday, April 23 from 9 am to 5 pm (9 am to 1 pm is Members only), and Sunday, April 24 from noon to 4 pm.
This year, Perennial Premiere moves to a new location at Newfield by our surface parking lot, to provide convenient parking and plant pickup for all guests. Don’t miss this perfect event for gardeners, families, and nature enthusiasts alike. Join us to peruse and purchase plants from more than 600 varieties including hard-to-find perennials, and native trees and shrubs. The events features a variety of gardening activities for the whole family.
IMA horticulturists are available all weekend to answer any questions, and visitors are invited to take a guided garden walk and view a Bonsai exhibition.
In addition to an incredible selection of plants, guests can visit booths of a variety of regional vendors who will be on hand selling nature and gardening-related merchandise.
Benedict's Nursery of Nappanee, IN specializing in perennials, miniature plants, alpines, hypertufa troughs & evergreen trees (Staurday only)
The Flower Barn of Lebanon, IN specializing in Japanese Maples.
Girly Steel of Noblesville, IN specialzing in metal sculpture for home & garden
Soules Gardens will not be participating this year, but we look forward to welcoming them back next year.
Scratch foodtruck will be on site part of both days. General American Donut Company will be here early Saturday.
Additional parking is available at the Indiana Interchurch Center located at the corner of Michigan Road and 42nd Street. Free shuttle service is provided.
For questions regarding Perennial Premiere, please contact the Event Information line at (317) 923-1331 x491 or email@example.com.
Saturday, April 23, 2016
During Perennial Premiere (IMA’s annual salute to spring) join us for a selection of documentaries focused on our connection with the environment and to each other.