Southern Garden History Society regularly publishes events held by nonprofits and organizations that are of interest to our members. These events include symposiums, lectures and tours that provide participants with a greater appreciation of garden history and restoration.
Requests for listings in our events calendar should be sent to Peggy Cornett, Magnolia editor.
Book Release: “Beauty of the Wild” by Darrel Morrison. A talk and book signing with Darrel Morrison, CED Dean (1983-1991), and Professor Emeritus.
Morrison has influenced countless students by focusing on native plants, merging art with ecology, and prioritizing ecology-based design and management. After retirement in 2005, he taught part-time at Columbia University, Rutgers University, and the New York Botanical Garden.
From Sept. 13-16, Morrison will be the artist in residence at the UGA College of Environment + Design.
Hosted by Professor R. Alfred Vick. Co-sponsored by the College of Environment + Design (CED) and College of Agriculture and Environmental Science (CAES)
UGA link here.
October 30, 2021 |10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
“Hills and Dales – A Living Legacy” Registration Form
Come join us for a day of exploration of historic gardens and an elegant home!
The Preservation Society of Charleston Presents the Fall Tours & Master Series
In its 45th year, our annual celebrated Fall Tours, including our new Master Series, takes guests deeper into the heart of this unique and charming city. Through a wide variety of tour options, guests experience rich and rare glimpses into its historic architecture, glorious gardens, and diverse cultural heritage.
The Piazzas and Gardens Tour and the Master Garden Series are especially intriguing for garden enthusiasts everywhere. According to E.T.H. Shaffer’s book entitled Carolina Gardens, Charleston is referred to as the “City of Enchanted Gardens.” Today, the garden tradition continues and guests are invited to go behind the garden gates of some of the finest gardens on the peninsula.
To order tickets or for more information, visit the PSC website at www.preservationsociety.org.