great gardens

Any time of year is worth a visit to Charleston gardens, and one of the best is at Magnolia Plantation on highway 61. The main gardens were created in the 1700's from old rice fields and are interlaced with ponds and walking bridges overlooking banks of flowers and flocks of ducks and swans. On the other side of the property is the Audubon Swamp Garden, an extensive cypress swamp with wlaking trails past giant trees and wild blooms, as well as a myriad of colorful wildlife that abounds in the swamp environement. 

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