Historic Banksia, now housing the Aiken County Historical Museum, will be the hub of the 2017 Aiken Garden Show. Vendors from across the Southeast, speakers, an American Rose Society all-arrangement rose show, and the delicious Banksia Bistro will all be on the grounds of this 1930's Winter Colony mansion. The tours of ten private gardens, ranging from a century to a decade old, are the Show's highlight.
Pearl Fryar, an internationally renowned American topiary artist, will be the featured speaker on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 9:00 am. Fryar will be lecturing and demonstrating his topiary art. He will be available for a book signing after his presentation.
A panel discussion will be presented by local Master Gardeners on Friday at 4:00 pm. Bring your gardening questions and issues.
Join us for an informative and inspiring two days in Aiken, South Carolina. To learn more about what else is happening in Aiken this weekend, click here.
Proceeds from the Aiken Garden Club Council will help fund garden related projects for local non-profits as well as helping maintain the historic Doll House in Hopelands Gardens, one of Aiken's garden gems. To learn more about the Doll House, please click here.