Pickens Native Plant Garden Volunteers Ready to Restart

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Photo Credit: Judy Seeley

Help wake the Pickens County Museum Native Plant Garden up for Spring

DATE: Tuesday, February 20 at 9am.

LOCATION: The Pickens County Museum at 307 Johnson St, Pickens, SC 29671.

SIGN UP AND JOIN NOTIFICATION LIST: Please email judy_seeley@hotmail.com.


Come out to help us out as the volunteering fun resumes at the Pickens County Native Plant Garden. Join other native plant aficionados as we discover what is waking up in the garden and begin to get it all back into good shape for the 2024 season.

This native plant demonstration garden is on the Pickens County History Museum grounds at 307 Johnson St, Pickens, SC 29671. Garden volunteers from the SC Native Plant Society, Master Gardeners of the Foothills, and the Upstate Master Naturalist Association work together to maintain and improve this beautiful place for the community to enjoy.

The regular workdays are the 1st and 3rd Tuesday, with occasional Saturday mornings. The usual timeframe is two hours but you are welcome to stay longer. It is a great way to meet new gardening friends, enjoy “digging in the dirt,” and learn about native plants in all growth stages. March dates are Tuesday, March 5, and Tuesday, the 19th. To join the email notification list, contact judy_seeley@hotmail.com.

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