“Native Plants for Birds” lecture voted Best Program of 2015 by Primrose Garden Club Greer, SC

Last year Mary Holcombe of Southern Heritage Nursery had the honor of speaking at many different events throughout the region, including meetings held for conservation groups and garden clubs, and even class programs at continuing education centers.  Community… Read More

Plant Spotlight – American Beautyberry

Our native Beautyberry, Callicarpa americana, is a show-stopping staple for fall color in the garden.  With bright magenta berries, and a robust growing habit, it a sure winner if given a sunny location.  Once established, beautyberry is remarkably drought… Read More

Plant Spotlight – Black Chokeberry, Aronia melanocarpa

Black Chokeberry is a handsome, easy to grow shrub, with showy flowers in the spring, as well as large, edible berries in summer.  It’s average mature size is 5-6′ tall, by 5-6′ wide, but it can occasionally grow… Read More

Plant Spotlight – Gordlinia ‘Sweet Tea’

This outstanding hybrid combines the beauty of the now extinct Franklina, with the adaptability of the Gordonia.  Both plants have many ornamental attributes of there own, and together, they provide unbeatable showy flowers, with dependability in the landscape…. Read More

Plant Spotlight – Summersweet, Clethra alnifolia

Summersweet is a beautiful, small to medium sized shrub, that deserves a spot in every landscape.  As lovely as it is tough, this easy to grow native is sure to delight all who plant it.  In the wild,… Read More

Fall is right around the corner, and it’s the best time to plant!

We have updated our events page on the website to include the Fall sales we will be vending at.  Come out and show your support for the wonderful organizations the sale proceeds will benefit – the Botanical Gardens… Read More