Spring Has Sprung Early!

The warmer weather has caused the daffodils, snowdrops, iris reticulata and a few more spring plants to flower early. A Virginia bluebell is even seen revealing its small buds! They join the hellebores and camellias that normally bloom now, as well as the delicate flowering apricot (pictured above). For everyone's enjoyment, please don't pick the flowers.
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Honor a special person with
a legacy gift sitting amidst the beauty of nature

with a Granite Bench,
Brick and/or Paver.

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Naming Opportunites
of parts of this garden available as well as
Benches and Engraved
Bricks & Pavers

fit_bug.jpgAs you enjoy a walk on a cool winter day, why not "exercise in nature" with our Fit In The Garden program? Developed by Tonya Ray, Wellness Coordinator at Summit Hills, this program will keep you fit in the garden.

bench_bug.jpgDon't know what to get for someone special who has "everything" ... consider giving the “gift of Hatcher Garden”, an engraved brick or a granite bench or a donation in honor of someone special.

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volunteers keep the Garden growing and changing.


Yes, there are plants that flower in the winter! That is one of the winter surprises and treasures awaiting for you to discover on the Hatcher Garden paths. The Garden is open daily from dawn to dusk. Admission free and the public is welcome.

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864.574.7724 Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve info@hatchergarden.org
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820 John B. White Sr. Blvd.
Spartanburg, South Carolina
David Zielinski - Webmaster -  info@hatchergarden.org

P.O. Box 2337
Spartanburg, SC 29304

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