Diggin’ It

  • Monday, March 24, 2014

Chris Sokoloski/Times Diggin’ It featured several guest speakers, including Bryce Lane, who discussed his 40 years of horticulture experiences and what people should know about what to plant in the Lowcountry.


Hundreds of amateur landscapers descended on Brookgreen Gardens on Saturday for “Diggin’ It,” Brookgreen’s annual spring festival. Some of the featured speakers included Bryce Lane, Patrick McMillan, Anne Malarich and Sharon Stollenmaier. Also on hand to inform and recruit members were: the Georgetown Area Daylily Club, the Lowcountry Herb Society, the Grand Strand Master Gardeners Association, and the Grand Strand Camellia Society.


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