South Carolina Botanical Garden

The South Carolina Botanical Garden was founded in the 1950s as a camellia collection. Since then, the institution has blossomed into a 295-acre site operated by Clemson University. The garden also includes the Schoenike Arboretum.

Much of the SCGB is devoted to South Carolina’s natural and historical heritage. There are two historic buildings – Hanover House and the Hunt Log Cabin. The Natural Heritage Garden aims to recreate the native habitats of South Carolina, including Mesic Forest, Piedmont Prairie, and Longleaf Pine Savanna.

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