“Absolutely gorgeous and diverse garden”
The South Carolina Botanical Garden is a diverse 295 acres of natural landscapes, display gardens, and miles of streams and nature trails. Together with distinguished education and outreach programs, a nationally recognized nature-based sculpture collection, and the Bob Campbell Geology Museum, the SCBG is a premier site for experiencing nature and culture. The South Carolina Botanical Garden is home to an official American Hosta Society Display Garden, a 70-acre arboretum, miles of nature trails and streams, a butterfly garden, wildflower meadow and many speciality 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.
Absolutely beautiful place. A must visit if you are nature lover. This place has so many species of flora. It's amazing to know these. There are some insectivorous plants too. Beautiful for a morning/evening walk/jog.
I found the garden confusing to navigate. There was not ample signage and I often walked right past a section/landmark without knowing it was there, then had to turn around and hunt for the entrance. There were also gardens there not on the map at all. There were really beautiful areas of the garden as a whole, but it took a lot of effort to find them.
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The South Carolina Botanical Garden
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