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Buffalo-style Garden Art Sale

Buffalo is full of gardens… lots and lots of gardens. We all know where to buy flowers, bushes, etc., but what about garden art? If you’ve been looking for that perfect garden accent that has been eluding you, then you must attend the 2017 Buffalo-style Garden Art Sale!
Avenue of Plant Societies – representatives from area plant societies will be on hand to answer your questions about their specialty plants.
This oh-so-unusual art sale features one-of-a-kind pieces of garden art, including sculpture, metalwork, paintings, woodwork, architectural remnants, found art, jewelry, ceramics, and planters. It’s essentially a one-stop-shopping experience, situated on the lawn of The Buffalo Botanical Gardens – could there be a better setting?

Visitors can sign up in advance to join a Botanical Garden Arboretum Tour at

Music and food trucks will be on hand both days. For a complete list of vendors, please visit

Buffalo-style Garden Art Sale

Saturday, June 24, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday, June 25, 10:00 am-4:00 pm

The Buffalo Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Ave, Buffalo, New York 14218

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The Garden Art Sale is an event of Gardens Buffalo Niagara, the organization that promotes and/or plans regional garden tours, Tours of Open Gardens on Thursdays and Fridays in July, the Buffalo Beyond Flowers Sustainability and East Side Momentum bus tours, and Garden Walk Buffalo, America’s largest garden tour. For more, visit

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