We partner with the Garden Club of Charleston and the Garden Clubs of South Carolina to provide valuable support to the Landing. Together, our members have planted azaleas, camellias, roses, crepe myrtles, and daffodils throughout the park. Members have also improved the soil and refreshed plantings around the Legare-Waring House, especially Christopher’s Garden.
Here are some of the ways we’re beautifying the Landing.
- Historic tree plaques: In partnership with the Garden Clubs of South Carolina, we’ve placed identifying plaques on historic trees as part of their Historic Trees in Historic Places project. Many such trees are designated at the Landing.
- Legare-Waring House garden: In partnership with the Garden Club of Charleston, we’ve planted roses, azaleas, and other flowering plants around the front gardens of the House. The Garden Club provides mulch and have installed a sprinkler system.
- Christopher’s Garden: This special place for Mrs. Waring at the Legare-Waring House is maintained by the Garden Club of Charleston.
- Daffodil beds at the Landing: We support the Garden Club of Charleston in their efforts to plant daffodil beds beds in various locations throughout the Landing.
Want to join us? Visit our volunteer opportunities page to see how you can take part!