Spring Flowers in Nashville

With the sun trying to peek out from behind the clouds today, my mind again floats to Spring! I am pretty sure I am more excited than usual this year to leave the rain and cold weather behind us! 

Thinking of Spring naturally made me think of Cheekwood Art & Gardens. One of my favorite ways to welcome Spring is to visit the gardens. A quick check of the event calendar on the website revealed that the folks at Cheekwood must be looking forward to Spring too! There is something going on almost everyday the month of March, from activities for children, to the botanical showcase of Cheekwood in Bloom, to symphony and ballet performances at the garden. This is a great time to plan a visit to a Nashville landmark that has been around since the 1960’s.  If you do not know the history of the gardens and Cheek family read it here. It is truly fascinating!

A well-known event that happens each Spring at the gardens is Highballs and Hydrangeas. The evening cocktail and arts event has been around since 2006 and it always sells out! Tickets are on sale now for the April 12 event, jump over there and get your tickets!

One more thing I just have to mention is Light, an outdoor art installation by acclaimed British artist Bruce Munro. His exhibitionw will be unique to Cheekwood and only his second show in the United States. The gardens will have extended hours during the exhibit on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evening. The event runs May 24 – November 10 and I plan on going in May! I may have to see this one more than once. I am already counting the days! Read more about the artist and the light installation here.

I know Spring often makes people antsy to make a change and if you are ready to start looking for your new home, then click here and check the available Nashville inventory!

Let’s hope the sunshine breaks away from the clouds today and sticks around! 

About Sutton Lipman

Sutton Lipman Costanza is a native Nashvillian and a second generation REALTOR. She is excited and proud to be a part of The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty team. Sutton graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from The George Washington University. Before selling real estate, she worked at Centerstone, a community-based behavioral health care organization in Nashville. In her free time, Sutton enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, practicing Spanish, knitting and playing tennis. sutton.lipman@sothebysrealty.com or 615.438.6149
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