October 9-12, 2018      GCSC Bus Tour to Monticello, The US Botanical Garden in Washington DC and Mount Vernon

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April 17, 2018

The Columbia Garden Club Foundation is excited to host four of the best American tastemakers in architecture, interior design, and floral design for its symposium and luncheon on April 17, 2018.

Please join celebrated architect Bobby McAlpine, award-winning interior designer Beth Webb, and Veranda Editor in Chief Clinton Smith for a spirited and thoughtful conversation on the true meaning of home in today’s world. Hear about what inspires them now, how they create homes with meaning and a true sense of place, as well as how the tenets of Southern hospitality and graciousness influence their design work across the country and beyond.

Following the talk, they will each be signing copies of their latest books: Poetry of Place (McAlpine); An Eye for Beauty (Webb), and Inspired by Color (Smith).

Leading floral and event designer, Karin Jeffcoat, will follow with a discussion and demonstration of her process for composing her signature organic, straight-from-the garden, tumbling designs that evoke the beauty of our southern landscape.

Proceeds benefit the Columbia Garden Club Foundation’s support of civic beautification projects. The Columbia Garden Club Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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May 19-20,2018

Parks Mill Spider Lily Open House 2018

Contact Bill Stringer at or (864) 979-3169 for more information
For shuttle information from Plum Branch call 864 979-3169


June 4 – 8, 2018 
Beaufort Garden Club to hold 24th Annual Garden a Day

This year’s event, free to the public, features 10 gardens

  This year’s Garden a Day event, celebrating National Gardening week, is June 4 to June 8, and features two gardens each day on The Point, Habersham, Cottage Farm, Pigeon Point and Lady’s Island. The Beaufort Garden Club invites the public to visit all ten gardens, free of charge, from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, rain or shine. As a special tribute to wildlife, the theme of this year’s tour is “Bee Friendly and Help Our Pollinators.” The Garden a Day schedule can be found on and is as follows:

Monday, June 4, 2018: Habersham
23 Little Jane Way 29906
72 River Place 29906

Tuesday, June 5, 2018: The Point
507 Craven 2990
316 Hancock

Wednesday, June 6, 2018: Cottage Farm
340 Cottage Farm
333 Cottage Farm

Thursday, June 7, 2018: Pigeon Point
1315 Laudonnierre 29902
919 La Chere 29902

Friday, June 8, 2018: Lady’s Island
14 Harborview Circle 29907
7 High Point 29907

In spite of weathering two damaging hurricanes in the past 20 months, bringing heavy wind, flooding, salt intrusion and then snow and multiple weeks of below-freezing weather, Low Country gardeners were not deterred even though local landscapes were altered, many permanently. “Gardeners are amazing, adaptable, persistent people who will produce greenery and blooms no matter what is thrown their way,” said Sheila Drouin, the 2018 Garden-A-Day Chair.

“For a week in June, thanks to ten homeowners, you will be experiencing the splendor that is Beaufort. And, it’s absolutely free!” said Jane Culley, President, The Beaufort Garden Club.

Garden visitors are asked to not bring pets.



All bird walks start at the locations listed below at 8:30 am. Please wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing, bring water and a snack with you. The walk will last approximately 2 hrs. You MUST register to join each walk since space is limited to 20.

Contact Harold Donnelly  803-378-1911