The South Carolina Botanical Garden is 295 acres of natural landscapes, display gardens, and miles of streams and nature trails. It is also home to an official American Hosta Society Display Garden, a 70-acre arboretum, a butterfly garden, wildflower meadow and many specialty gardens. The Garden is also home to over 400 varieties of camellias, as well as an extensive collection of hollies, hydrangeas, magnolias and native plants.
Imagine sitting under the stars, surrounded by the beauty of the botanical gardens, while listening to the beat of talented performers. This weekend starts the Concerts in the Garden Series which will feature exciting and varied musical offerings from local artists. The concerts will be held in the amphitheater on Friday nights beginning September 16th and ending with the Heritage Festival on October 29th. The Heritage Festival is a family-oriented celebration of the nature, arts, and culture of South Carolina. There will also be Trick-or-treating & a Costume Contest.
Designated the State's botanical garden in 1992, the Garden is at the intersection of Highway 76 and Pearman Boulevard at Clemson University. Visitors are welcome free of charge, every day, dawn to dusk.
Also, another wonderful thing about this garden? I was married there on September 7, 1984 in the gazebo above the pond.
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