Master Preservationist Program-Day Nine. The Glory of Charleston’s Gardens

Oh how I wish there were some way I could capture the scent of wisteria in a Charleston spring and share it with you.  It's intoxicating.  There's nothing like wandering the streets with your nose as your guide or peeking into our famous walled gardens to catch a glimpse of another time.  Here in Charleston, one might be so bold as to claim that our outdoor spaces are just as important as our indoor ones. On day nine of our Master Preservationist class, we studied historic landscapes, perfectly timed with the spring bloom.  Our speaker was Glen Gardner, one of Charleston's most ...click to read more...

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3 Responses to Master Preservationist Program-Day Nine. The Glory of Charleston’s Gardens

  1. Joan says:

    Absolutely beautiful!

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