This will be your one stop shop to find garden related happenings in the Lowcountry
Meetings for the Coastal Carolina Camellia Society:
Third Tuesday of each month August through April, 6:30 P.M. at the Essex Village Church of Christ, Savage Road, Charleston, SC.
Dues: $10/year Single or Family membership.
For more information contact Darren Sheriff at: TheCitrusGuy@netzero.com
Or go to their Website
Do you grow Citrus, Strawberries, Blueberries or any other kind of fruit? Want to learn more about what you grow or about other things you don't? Then come join us.
They meet 3pm on the third Sunday of the month except July and December.
Don't grow any fruit, but want to learn? Then you too can come join us.
The Lowcountry Fruit Growers Society is an educational organization devoted to the growing of backyard fruits. We give people in the Lowcountry of South Carolina area, who are interested in growing fruits, an opportunity to learn more about them and a place to interact with other fruit growers.
More information can be obtained by contacting: Darren Sheriff at TheCitrusGuy@netzero.com
is a group of people united by their interest in roses.
We promote the appreciation and growing of roses through rose shows and educational programs.
We invite everyone interested in roses and the society to attend the regular meetings of the Society.
PLACE: James Island Town Hall 1238 Camp Road
Social time at 2:30 refreshments served meeting starts at 3pm on the first Sunday of each month except for January, July, August and December
The SC Herbal Society holds monthly meetings on various topics relating to the world of herbs: medicinal, culinary, propagation, garden planning, decorative, and more. Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the educational center of the Charleston Horticultural Society, 46 Windermere Blvd., Charleston from 5:30-7:00 pm. For more information, go to their Website . Or contact Pat Harpell at firstname.lastname@example.org
ChThe Charleston Permaculture Guild
The Charleston Permaculture Guild is a group of individuals, businesses, and organizations learning, teaching, and implementing permaculture in and around Charleston, South Carolina. The
purpose of the group is to connect like-minded individuals with shared values and interests and create a collaborative environment for helping steward our community on a healthy, sustainable, and
regenerative path. Permaculture is a design system for creating habitats that meet our needs, while regenerating our surroundings. Permaculture seeks to establish a “permanent” system of
“agriculture” that is rooted in a conscious and ethical design process, and has the ability to be sustained indefinitely. A permanent agriculture, based on ethics, is the cornerstone of a permanent
The Guild meets once per month for socializing, networking, and updating the group on individuals’ or groups’ projects. Please send them an e-mail to find out when the next meeting is: CharlestonPermacultureGuild@gmail.com
Or visit them on their website: Here
The South Carolina Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation and protection of native plant communities in South Carolina. We work to make this happen by
providing programs and activities including field trips, plant rescues, native plant sales, monthly educational lectures and educational journals designed to:
-Educate and inform members and the general public about the importance of native plants
-Support efforts by government agencies to protect habitats and endangered species
-Encourage the use of native plant materials in public and private landscaping
-Promote the commercial availability of native plant materials
Join us to enjoy and learn more about native plant and to help more people come to understand and appreciate the vital role native plant species play in the health and sustainability of our natural ecosystem!
The Lowcountry Chapter meets monthly in Charleston September through May (except December) on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Meetings are held in 101 Duckett Hall, Biology Auditorium on The Citadel campus.
Visit them at their website: Website
The Carolina Butterfly Society emphasizes identifying and watching butterflies in the field and garden rather than collecting them. Every season we organize several butterflying field trips to the various biogeographic regions of the Carolinas. We offer advice on butterfly gardening, encourage photography and record-keeping, provide fact sheets for outdoor educators, sponsor gardening workshops, and collect data for conservation use.
More information at: WEBSITE
09:00 am - 05:30 pm
11:00 am - 04:00 pm
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4863 Hwy 17 North
Awendaw, SC 29429
(next to the SeeWee Outpost)
Our Refund Policy
We will happily refund your product in its original condition and container within 7 days of purchase as long as you provide the initial receipt. We cannot refund for brown thumbs.
We take great care to buy quality plants from reputable growers and the trees, shrubs and perennials we supply are known to thrive in our planting zone. Most of our plant containers are marked with the individual plant's growing requirements and we have a knowledgeable staff should you have any questions.
Your success is our success and we are here to help make that happen.