Plantasia 2017: April 2017

Plantasia 2017
Apr. 7 & 8, 2017 at Old Towne Creek County Park
Title Sponsor: Handsome Properties

What is Plantasia? Why it is just the ultimate plant sale and gardeners paradise destination of the Lowcountry and beyond! One of the most sought after and anticipated events of its kind in the Southeast, Plantasia offers a vast array of unusual and cutting edge plants for sale (as well as tried and true favorites) set among the pastures and live oaks of the beautiful Old Towne Creek County Park in Charleston, SC. Featuring unique garden vendors offering the latest in garden trends and local farmers with fresh produce, this year’s event also features on site gardening workshops, our always eclectic Real Yard Sale and the  popular Plantasia Eve Party on Friday April 7th. Garden experts and other non-profit garden organization will be on hand to answer your horticultural inquiries from home vegetable gardening to hybridizing your daylilies and more at this one of a kind plant sale extravaganza.  A perfect event for planning your spring and summer garden!

Get Involved: Our volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization and are the key to making Plantasia the celebrated garden spectacular it has become. Have fun, network and benefit from contributing your own skills by joining our Plantasia team as a volunteer.

There is something for everyone and you’re guaranteed a memorable and enjoyable experience. Check out our entire volunteer line-up HERE and sign up today!



Featured Artist: For a second year in a row local up and coming artist Julia Deckman has contributed one of her contemporary floral works as our Plantasia poster image. Her Blue Pansy piece will be the face of this year’s Plantasia and we encourage you to check out more of her works at her website at

The Charleston Horticultural Society

Contact us at (843) 579-9922 or

The Charleston Horticultural Society (CHS), founded in 2000, is a non-profit organization with membership open to all. The Society offers a wide array of horticultural information and involvement to its more than 1,300 individual and business members through lectures, educational workshops, garden tours, special events, and publications.