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Where To Find Spring Flowers

Where To Find Spring Flowers

Where to Find Spring Flowers

Spring is in the air!!! Mother nature is such a show off when Spring comes around! I could not be more excited for warmer days and of course, those absolutely beautiful Spring flowers that are starting to bloom everywhere!! I love to take my daughter around town to look at all the pretty flowers in the area. We tracked down some of our favorites for you. They are so beautiful but the pictures definitely don’t do them justice! You should definitely check them out for yourself!

Rose Hill Estates – Aiken

Rose Hill Estate is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking for lots of different flowers but not a lot of walking! There are so many beautiful flowers to look at. My daughter loved smelling the flowers and seeing all the different colors!

 

Hopelands Gardens – Aiken

Hopelands Gardens is quite a bit of walking but it is well worth it. Not only are there beautiful flowers but there are also signs that tell you the name of some of the flowers and plants. There is also a pond with turtles, fish, and ducks.

 

Living History Park – North Augusta

At the Living History Park, the flowers are gorgeous. The colors are so pretty and in the perfect places for some great photo-ops. I loved getting a little taste of history while I walked around looking at some beautiful flowers.

 

Pendleton King Park – Augusta

Pendleton King Park in Downtown Augusta is another park that has the most beautiful flowers. They have over a mile of walkway and multiple garden areas dedicated to all kinds of different flowers. There are picnic tables, a playground, and a pond with ducks.

 

Some other parks where you might find some pretty Spring flowers are Brick Pond Park in North Augusta, Diamond Lakes in Hephzibah, Evans Towne Center Park in Evans, and Lake Olmstead in Downtown Augusta.

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My name is Amanda Cosnahan and I’m 28 years old. I have been married for 9 years and we have a beautiful 5-year-old daughter. From babysitting when I was 10 to teaching Children’s Church when I was 13 to being in childcare classes in high school, I have always loved working with kids. I have a new found passion for writing. I love cooking, photography, helping people, and learning new things.

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  • Angie Shaffer
    April 9, 2018 at 2:56 pm

    As always, thanks for the handy info!! Your articles are full of great information, and awesome photos!! Thanks so much for your post!! Can’t wait to have a fun picnic at one of these beautiful places to see in the CSRA!!!

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