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South Carolina roads of importance to the Back Country prior to 1900

March 30, 2023 - The Piedmont Museum volunteers have been delving into the Payne/Garrison/Tarrant Collection and finding historic information about the area of western Greenville County that has provided new revelations concerning our ancient roads. Plats dating back to the 1790s often show roads passing across p...

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The Bottle Tree...

March 11, 2023 - My late grandmother on my mother’s side, known to us as ‘Mum-mum’, mum being the English version of mom, was my inspiration for gardening.  Her very small home on an...

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Pansy Rings…a treasure from the past

March 11, 2023 - This arrangement is made in a small tubular bowl called a “pansy ring”...

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Parade of Poppies

February 20, 2023 - Moving to Upstate South Carolina, gave me the opportunity to be introduced to a fellow Master Gardener and her beautiful poppies.  It’s a plant that I had never thought of growing before even though my last residence is well known for their golden California poppies.  She passed a...

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GARDEN BENCHES…A Time and a Place

January 23, 2023 - A beautiful garden takes a lot of work pulling weeds, pruning, planting, cleaning...

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Daddy Boyd’s Tub

January 23, 2023 - When I have visitors in my garden, I love to tell them stories about things they see as part of my garden décor! Things that are most important to me are items connected to a family memory. One of my most special memories is the story about Daddy Boyd's tub! Bob and I are so happy to have...

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November 14, 2022 - They say change is good and as gardeners we are intimately familiar with seasonal changes in our gardens.  Particularly in October and November when the days get shorter, the nights cooler and our gardens are starting to fall into their annual slumber.  It's a time when we begin to clea...

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October 18, 2022 - It's an early October morning, the air is cool and the sun is rising above the treetops giving an amber glow to the garden.  The deer quickly eat as much of the corn and sunflower seeds left earlier for them, while the crows gather above in the maple tree waiting their turn to eat the remain...

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Mauldin Garden Club meetings

October 17, 2022 - For the meeting of November 14th at 1pm Bill Searcy from Country Boys will show us how to create a Christmas Wreath. As always guests are welcome. Mauldin Garden Club meets on the second Monday of the month at 1pm at The Cultural Center, 101 East Butler Rd. For additional information contact Lind...

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