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 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, all just a short drive from Banksia, are not to be missed.
Pearl Fryar, an internationally renowned American topiary artist, will be the featured speaker on Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 9:00 am - 10:00 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.
Join us for an informative and inspiring two days in Aiken, South Carolina. Proceeds benefit the Aiken Garden Club Council and 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.