Touring the Gardens of Charleston, SC

 Our daughter and I just returned from a "girl's trip" to Charleston, SC. 

Come tour the gardens with us!

The azaleas were in full bloom and were gorgeous!

Some gardens were small, and others were large, but all were beautiful.

We saw this plant in many of the gardens, its common name is "Tractor Seat" plant. Can you see the resemblance to a tractor seat?

Maidenhair Fern

Just walking along the streets, the houses and side gardens were striking.

The Pineapple Fountain is the focal point of the Charleston Waterfront Park.

The window boxes along the streets were filled with color!

I hope you have enjoyed this tour of the Charleston gardens. It is certainly worth the trip - Judy!

Linking to:

Mosaic Monday @ South and Mind and So On - Sunday

Love Your Creativity Link Party @ Life and Linda on Sunday at 2pm

Sundays on Silverado @ The House on Silverado

MET Monday @ BNOTP

OMHG Wonderful Wednesday on Monday

Through My Lens on Monday

Inspire Me Tuesday @ A Stroll Thru Life

Talk About It Tuesday @ Slices of Life

My Corner of the World @ Photographing New Zealand on Wednesday

Thankful Thursday @ It's a Small Town Life

Thinking Out Loud Thursday @ Penney's Passion on Wednesday

Little Things Thursday @ Random-osity

Thursday Favorite Things @ Katherine's Corner

Grace at Home @ The Charm of Home on Thursday


Funtastic Link Party @ Two Chicks and A Mom on Thursday 9pm 

Fabulous Link Party @ Peacock Ridge Farm, Living Large in a Small House, South House Designs, & Vintage Home Designs on Friday

Friendship Friday Blog Hop @ Create With Joy

Friday Features Link Party @ Penny's Passion

County Road 407 @ Farm House Friday


  1. What a lovely trip! I enjoyed visiting your blog and looking through your photos of the Garden of Charleston, SC. That pineapple fountain is amazing. :)

  2. Beautiful! We went to Charleston one year in July and while we loved it... boy was it hot! We spent our days in the air conditioning or in the pool and only ventured out in the evenings.

  3. Wonderful scenes that you show from the garden. Impressive flora. I would love the maidenhair fern here in our garden too. Unfortunately, the soil in the bed is not suitable... Many of our plants have already died. I'm also pleased to see you in the picture!

    Thank you for this contribution to

    I wish you and your family a pleasant week, hugs

  4. That is wonderful to see! It really brightens my day.

  5. Absolutely gorgeous. I loved seeing your pictures. Visiting from Talking About it Tuesday linkup.


  6. Thank you for showing me such a great places. Have a great Easter.

  7. So beautiful and magical. i love seeing pretty gardens. Happy Easter Judy. I am happy to feature your garden tour at Love Your Creativity.