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SC Festival of Flowers
June 11@12:00 am-June 13@12:00 am
Events Through the Month of June!
The South Carolina Festival of Flowers is a community-wide celebration of flowers and fun!
- Is an inclusive event that involves volunteers and participants from across the region.
- Offers entertainment options ranging from gardening and performances to sporting and cultural events.
- Focuses on education as we empower the community with horticulture knowledge and offer learning opportunities for all ages.
- Be an economically and ecologically sustainable festival that takes pride in being an economic catalyst for the entire Greenwood community.
Celebrate the beginning of summer and enjoy traditional southern hospitality at the South Carolina Festival of Flowers in beautiful Greenwood, South Carolina. Named South Carolina’s “Event of the Year” and one of Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events in June for the last five years and also one of the top 100 events in North America by the American Bus Association for 2012 and 2013, this Festival is one you won’t want to miss. The South Carolina Festival of Flowers is a “blooming good time!”
The first weekend of June will prove to be most entertaining for all ages, June 7-9, 2019. Enjoy a full schedule of Festival activities the whole family can enjoy. View the works of South Carolina’s top artists and craftsmen at the Arts and Crafts Show. Enjoy a nice leisure day strolling through one of our beautiful gardens on tour. Plus see our now famous “Signature” Topiary Display in Uptown Greenwood.
From Greenville/Spartanburg, SC: From I-85, take exit 46B onto Hwy 291 until it becomes Hwy25 S. Follow Hwy 25 S for approximately 55 miles into Greenwood.
From Columbia, SC/I-26: From I-26, take exit 54 left onto Hwy 72 W. Follow Hwy 72 W for approximately 35 miles into Greenwood.
From Athens, GA: Follow Hwy 72 E out of Athens toward Greenwood for approximately 75 miles.
From Augusta, GA: Follow Hwy 25 N through North Augusta, SC toward Greenwood for approximately 50 miles.