Charleston In Bloom

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Where to find Spanish moss-draped live oaks, when to spot magnolia blossoms and which streets house storybook window boxes and enchanting courtyard gardens. This page is your guide to all that blooms in Charleston and your digital flower fix until you arrive.

Bloom Perfume: When & Where To Spot Blooms In Charleston

While Charleston blooms year-round, the Lowcountry boasts its boldest blooms in the spring and summer months.

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Boone Hall Plantation

In 1743, live oak trees were meticulously planted in rows forming an iconic corridor today that keeps visitors coming again and again to Boone Hall Plantation.

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19 of Charleston’s Most Beautiful Parks

From waterfront parks to public gardens, Charleston is the perfect setting to explore the natural world around us.

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12 Photos That Will Inspire You To Take A Summer Stroll In Charleston

They say “a picture is worth a thousand words,” and we’ve captured 12 to inspire you to take a summer stroll in Charleston.

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Drayton Hall

America’s oldest unrestored plantation house in America sits on 125 acres of sweeping grounds and ancient oaks.

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Spring Has Sprung!

With the start of this season comes some of the city’s most beautiful blooms. Here are a few spotted this past spring.

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Magnolia Plantation

Magnolia Plantation is home to thousands of beautiful heirloom flowers and plants that date back to 1870 and is considered one of the best collections of camelia in the world.

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Mcleod Plantation

Encompassing more than 36 acres, McLeod Plantation boasts a riverside outdoor pavilion and avenue of oak trees, including the McLeod Oak, which is believed to be more than 600 years old.

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6 Dazzling Photos of Fountains In Charleston

Many of Charleston’s gardens and parks feature gorgeous water features that provide instant charm.

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Middleton Place

Referred to by The Garden Club of America as the “most important and most interesting garden in America,” Middleton Place’s gardens are a must see. With blooms year-round, the gardens are a destination during every season.

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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About The Lowcountry’s National Parks

Before you explore the Lowcountry’s famed parks, brush up on these interesting facts.

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Remember To Smell The Roses

Did you know America’s first hybridized rose was born in Charleston? Today, many Charlestonians carry forth a passion for gardening, and roses play a special role in the city’s botanical wonderland persona.

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