Daylily and Hosta Gardens will work to help homeless animals at Greenville County Animal Care the weekend of June 15-17, 2018. They will donate 10% of all sales to Animal Care.
Timed to coincide with both National Invasive Species Awareness Week (Feb 26 – Mar 2) and the onset of Fig Buttercup’s flowering season, SCNPS has just released an updated video: Citizen Science & the invasive Fig Buttercup, 2018. Fig Buttercup, also calledRead more
Want to learn how to be a better gardener in the Upstate? Join the Greater Greenville Master Gardeners and Clemson Extension agent Jordan Franklin for a six-week series beginning March 6th (on Tuesdays only) through April 10th on how toRead more
Reminder: NMCA business member Daylily & Hosta Gardens will be holding their annual sale this weekend, June 9-11, with a portion of the proceeds going to Animal Care Services. It’s a pet friendly garden, too, so bring your pal.
It appears the thieves in our area are getting more brazen. A very large planter of ferns was taken from a resident’s front porch in broad daylight between 8am and 11am this morning. The home is on W. Hillcrest andRead more
NMCA Member Daylily and Hosta Gardens at 2396 Roper Mountain Road will be working to help homeless animals and Greenville County Animal Care the weekends of May 16-18 and June 6-8. They will donate 10% of all sales those twoRead more
The Hillcrest Garden Club will meet at 10:45 a.m., this Thursday, January 9, 2014, at Martin’s Nursery. Ann Sparkman and her husband Dent will show “Garden How-To’s.” Both are Clemson graduates. The program will show how to prepare the gardenRead more
The South Carolina Native Plant Society will hold its fall plant sale this Saturday, September 21 from 9am – 1pm at University Center (old McAllister Square) on the corner of South Pleasantburg Blvd. and Antrim Drive in Greenville. A huge Read more
Purchase daylilies and hosta plants for your garden this weekend, June 8-10, and raise money for the animals at Greenville County Animal Care Services (ACS). 10% of all sales will help sponsor pets for adoption and/or rescue. If you haven’tRead more