Follow the Bloom

 The Garden Clubs of South Carolina, Inc. presents Follow The Blooms TM 2012

Proceeds from this tour benefit the educational and cultural efforts of The Garden Club of South Carolina, Inc.

Join us as we visit gardens across South Carolina:

A statewide tour spanning four weekends. As highlighted in the March issue of Southern Living Magazine!

March 24: Holly Hill, Santee, Allendale. Kick-Off Luncheon near Bowman. April 1: Hilton Head Plantation, Hilton Head Island. April 14: Conway April 20: Bishopville, Lake City. Finale luncheon with USC First Lady Patricia Moore-Pastides at Moore Farms in Lake City. See-It-All Tickets $50 (must be purchased by 3/10/12) Day Tickets $15 (must be purchased 2 weeks prior to each tour) Day-Of Tickets $20 (see for gate locations) Kick-Off Luncheon $15 (must pre-order) Finale Luncheon $15 (includes cooking demo, book signing, cash bar) Order online through PayPal at OR Mail check to Follow The Blooms, 362 Bryan St. Allendale, SC 29818

Please let us know if you have attended in the pass.



  1. Carol Mavity:

    Don’t forget The McCormick Garden Club is having it’s first Flower Show at the Grist Mill in conjunction with the Spring Bonanza on Saturday, April 21 from 10-4pm. Admission is free. If you’ve never seen the Grist Mill or Cotton Gin, come and take a self guided tour and see some beautiful flower arrangements too. While you are in town, take advantage of the many other activities during the Spring Bonanza.

    Carol Mavity,, 391-3775

  2. Michael Sherard:

    McCormick Garden Club and McCormick Historic Comm. in Conjuction with McCormick
    Spring Bronanza will present the McCormick Grist Mill Flower Show at the Grist Mill
    200 Main St. April 21th. The show is open to the public 10:00-4:00

  3. Anonymous:

    Where are other catagories?

  4. Wanda Sherard:

    Send to all your friends….Great fun for the next few weeks!

    • Anyone have any suggestions on how to prune your Hydrangea bushes. I did not trim mine back last year and I am not sure if I should go ahead and do it now. There does seem to be some buds underneath the dead flowers

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