Presented by Charleston Parks Conservancy

Design From Your Parks: A Charleston Autumn

About This Event

Last in our series for 2024,this session highlights adding fall color to the garden. The discussion also focuses on shade-loving plants, such as hydrangea, gardenias, camellias, ferns, and shade perennials. We will discuss planting fruit trees and shrubs, as well as ordering bulbs for winter planting.

  • Where to Meet: Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park, 30 Mary Murray Dr., Charleston SC. This is to the left of the lagoon (not the Gazebo!) 
  • Where to Park: There are two parking located within Hampton Park or plenty of street parking surrounding the park. 
  • What to Bring: Sunscreen, bug spray, notebook, water bottles or whatever you need to be comfortable! 

This quarterly series teaches homeowners how to design beautiful Lowcountry gardens while highlighting the seasonal beauty of the parks. The series will bring homeowners out to different parks around the city to show them what is in bloom each season, offer a description of that season’s maintenance, and show the public the amazing work the Conservancy is doing.

This series connects the community with their parks by showing them how they can take what we are doing and bring it into their home gardens. This series also comes with a planting spreadsheet that shows when plants are in bloom and offers a plant list relevant to each talk.

 

About This Event

Last in our series for 2024,this session highlights adding fall color to the garden. The discussion also focuses on shade-loving plants, such as hydrangea, gardenias, camellias, ferns, and shade perennials. We will discuss planting fruit trees and shrubs, as well as ordering bulbs for winter planting.

  • Where to Meet: Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park, 30 Mary Murray Dr., Charleston SC. This is to the left of the lagoon (not the Gazebo!) 
  • Where to Park: There are two parking located within Hampton Park or plenty of street parking surrounding the park. 
  • What to Bring: Sunscreen, bug spray, notebook, water bottles or whatever you need to be comfortable! 

This quarterly series teaches homeowners how to design beautiful Lowcountry gardens while highlighting the seasonal beauty of the parks. The series will bring homeowners out to different parks around the city to show them what is in bloom each season, offer a description of that season’s maintenance, and show the public the amazing work the Conservancy is doing.

This series connects the community with their parks by showing them how they can take what we are doing and bring it into their home gardens. This series also comes with a planting spreadsheet that shows when plants are in bloom and offers a plant list relevant to each talk.

 

Getting There

Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park
30 Mary Murray Dr.
Charleston, 29403
United States