The Piedmont Physic Garden is an independent horticultural institution in Union, South Carolina. Our botanical garden is home to our expanding collection of ornamental plants as well as to plants with historical medicinal uses, many hailing from the Piedmont and Southern Appalachian corridor. Note: We are already scheduling tours for the spring and summer seasons. Click on the green circle (see above) to make an appointment to visit the garden.
The Piedmont Physic Garden is passionate about exhibiting and promoting ornamental horticulture as well as educating our community on the impact that plants have on our daily lives. We offer workshops, internships and garden tours for groups such as schools, garden clubs, summer camps and civic associations during the spring and summer seasons.
From garden parties and community celebrations to private tours and workshops, there is always something happening at the Piedmont Physic Garden. Check out our events section for details of all our upcoming educational programs as well as the Environmental Art and Music Festival, a community vibrancy initiative that celebrates Union County's natural beauty. Note: We have temporarily suspended workshops and other special events due to COVID-19. Stayed tuned for updates!
This is your source for the latest news from the Piedmont Physic Garden. We post about upcoming events as well as the cool plants and animals that make their home in the garden. Stay tuned for our exciting plans for our expanded shaded garden, our new amphitheater and our new English-styled topiary garden along the Church Street corridor.
As a non-profit organization, the Piedmont Physic Garden relies on the support of our community. Please consider donating your time, funds, or expertise to help support us as we continue to grow and provide a beautiful place for the community to experience and celebrate our natural environment.
PPG is located in historic downtown Union and is part of South Carolina's Olde English Tourism District. We invite you to schedule an appointment to visit us during the spring and summer seasons. Please note that we participate in the American Horticultural Society's Reciprocal Admission Program, which is a network of more than 320 horticultural institutions across North America.
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