‘Reconnecting, Planting, Growing & Blooming’

in the Beaufort, South Carolina Lowcountry for 89 Years!

Here we are joyously Reconnecting at our luncheon…

Planting in the park…

Members plant ‘Empress’ Dogwood tree in Morrell Park downtown.

To read more about our Arbor Day tree planting, CLICK here…Beautifying Our Community 

Growing in South Carolina…

Our Blue Star Memorial Marker is refurbished and grows a new skirt of plantings.

For more information on our Blue Star Marker, CLICK the link: Honoring the Fallen

and non-stop Blooming!

The Beaufort Garden Club’s reputation of giving back to the community might well have begun when the club formed in 1934 — along with the decision to keep the club small, currently consisting of 29 very enthusiastic members. The Club membership is purposely kept small so members really get to know each other, everyone has an opportunity to shine, and meetings can still be held in members’ homes.


The Beaufort Garden Club original members, 1934

Don’t Miss our Garden-A-Day Tour…coming again in June 2024! Monday,  June 3  –  Friday,  June 7.

We hope you’ll join us when The Beaufort Garden Club presents its Annual Garden-A-Day tour of private gardens, first full week of June, 2024, Rain or Shine. Admission to the gardens is free! Gardens will be open each day from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Most have been planned, planted and cared for by the homeowners. These passionate gardeners appear to have been all over the map, searching out the rare and exotic in the Southern states. And what they couldn’t find in plant form, they found in seed catalogs and grew themselves. Each year, Certified Master Gardener members of the Low Country Master Gardener Association are on hand to identify plants and answer gardening questions.

Garden a Day continues to be the social event kicking off Summer in Beaufort. See ya’ll there!!

PS: To view beautiful videos of our Garden-A-Day, click here.

The Historic GOLD EAGLE TAVERN, Beaufort, SC

Where We Met for Many Years
Go to our History page for more nostalgia.