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Tickets are and a special three day weekend rate of 0. The festival takes place during Charleston's peak bloom time.These tours provide a rare opportunity for guests to go inside the private houses and gardens of some of America’s most beautiful historic residences, dating to the 18th century.Wander through colorful gardens, linger inside historic structures, marvel at the touch of a Civil War cannon, and discover the intriguing stories of the people and events that shaped them - the very best of Charleston from the citys acclaimed local author, historian and storyteller Michael Trouche Call 843-478-4718 for reservations or visit Charleston to find out more.Charleston was considered such a prosperous growing area that during colonial times, parts of downtown were planted in fruit orchards and rice fields, and although long replaced by houses and gardens, their legacy remains in downtown Orange Street, where a lush citrus grove once stood, as well as the historic West Point rice mill, part of today's city marina complex.
Nearby Middleton Place is another historic plantation garden open for public viewing, featuring terraced grounds created in the 1740's to show off manicured flowering galleries.Exotic blooms and fragrant trees that lived in obscurity in remote areas of the world flourished with new-found fame in Charleston, most notably the flowering evergreen from China renamed Gardenia in 1754 for Charleston naturalist Alexander Garden, the Noisette Rose introduced from France by Charleston immigrant Philippe Noisette, and the unusual fire plant brought home by U. ambassador to Mexico and Charleston resident Joel Poinsett, for whom the new name Poinsettia has become an American classic.October 6 – 30, 2016 Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.A number of public and private places around the old city have been planted specifically to encourage the pedestrian enjoyment of Charleston's garden tradition.
Washington Square at Meeting and Broad Street is one of many lush green spaces in the midst of the city, and attracts artists throughout the year who favor its surrounding scene of bright colors and historic buildings.
To mitigate the impact of severe weather episodes, a number of city departments participated in the annual winter readiness preparations under the banner of the flooding and storms task team chaired by the city’s Disaster Risk Management Centre.