Flowers and Clay

Enjoy a day of art and agriculture in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains at Flowers and Clay, July 23 and 24, 2022.

Flowers & Clay Farm Dinner tickets are on sale now!

Flowers and Clay hosts Emily and Josh Copus

Carolina Flowers and Copus Ceramics co-host a free, public open house and sale at their woodfire pottery center and gardens. The nearby farm hosts ticketed guests for tours and experiences throughout the weekend.

The home show, or kiln opening, is a traditional practice among North Carolina ceramic artists, going back centuries. Collectors arrive early to snag the freshest pieces from the most recent firing. Flowers and Clay combines this tradition with an experience of agriculture -- and acres of beautiful flowers.

All guests can visit the pottery facility and test gardens anytime between 10 a.m.  and 6 p.m.

Loaded Pottery Kiln at Copus Ceramics

Carolina Flowers Mercantile in downtown Marshall will also be open during this time. Maps and other materials will be available at the shop, which is a good starting point for first-time visitors to the area. Carolina Flowers Mercantile is located at 62 S. Main St. in Marshall.

Ticketed farm tours will running throughout the day. You must have a ticket to visit the farms. General admission to the pottery sale and gardens does not require a ticket.

For Saturday farm tour tickets, click here.

For Sunday U-Pick and farm tour tickets, click here.

Pottery and flowers will be available for purchase, although general admission to the event is free.

Wheelbarrow and Blooms in the Gardens at Copus Ceramics and Carolina Flowers