Master Gardener brings Japanese garden insights to Cypress Gardens

  • Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Cypress Gardens will host a unique “Lunch & Learn” featuring Master Gardener Vivian Whorley July 30.

The event focuses on garden design and rain chains in Japanese gardens

The event is noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 30. It is free for Tri-County Master Gardeners and Cypress Gardens Season Pass Holders, and it costs $10 per person general admission.

The presentation is inspired by Whorley’s recent trip to Kamakura, Japan.

She will speak about utilization of space, managing rainwater runoff with chains, and other aspects of Japanese gardens and culture.

Contact Dwight Williams at dwilliams@berkeleycountysc.gov or 843-553-0515 for more information or to register for the event.

Participants are encouraged to bring a lunch dish to share.

Visit www.cypressgardens.info for an updated list of special events.


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