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Beaufort Garden Club holding 26th annual Garden a Day

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From staff reports

This year’s Garden-A-Day event, celebrating National Gardening week, is June 6 to 10, and features gardens on The Point, City Walk, Battery Point and two on Lady’s Island. The Beaufort Garden Club invites the public to visit these gardens, free of charge, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., rain or shine.

The Garden a Day schedule, also found on beaufortgardenclub.com, is as follows:

Monday, June 6 – 305 East Street

Tuesday, June 7 – 2 Fox Sparrow Road

Wednesday, June 8 – 602 Water Street

Thursday, June 9 – 32 and 58 Pettigru Street

Friday, June 10 – 60 Downing Drive, Pleasant Point

“Our garden selections this year offer something for every gardener – from the novice to the experienced and exemplify the beauty of the Low Country,” 2022 Garden-A-Day Chair Bea Gregory said in a release.

“We are thrilled to once again be able to hold our 26th Garden a Day this June, and are very grateful to our homeowners for welcoming us into their beautiful gardens,” The Beaufort Garden Club President Anna Maragos said in a release.

The Beaufort Garden Club, the second oldest garden club in South Carolina, has been holding its Garden-A-Day event every year since 1994.The event draws large crowds from South Carolina, surrounding states and even as far as Canada.

Garden visitors are asked to not bring pets.

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