Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived for centuries and witnessed the history of our nation from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It’s the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants.

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Hrs: Nov.-Feb. Daily 8:30AM-4:30PM, Mar.-Oct. Daily 8AM-5:30PM.

Botanical Garden Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

The diverse world of plants is perhaps the weirdest, and most fascinating, of all living things. Bamboo can grow over three feet in one day (you can literally watch it grow). There are 600 species of carnivorous plants, which trap and digest insects, frogs, or small birds (if a vegetarian eats this plant, are they still a vegetarian?). The world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, can grow up to three feet in diameter (how big would a bouquet be…). Do a little digging on your next trip to a botanical garden (not literally!), and see what interesting plant facts you can find. 

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Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived for centuries and witnessed the history of our nation from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It’s the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants.

contact info

Hrs: Nov.-Feb. Daily 8:30AM-4:30PM, Mar.-Oct. Daily 8AM-5:30PM.

Botanical Garden Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

The diverse world of plants is perhaps the weirdest, and most fascinating, of all living things. Bamboo can grow over three feet in one day (you can literally watch it grow). There are 600 species of carnivorous plants, which trap and digest insects, frogs, or small birds (if a vegetarian eats this plant, are they still a vegetarian?). The world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, can grow up to three feet in diameter (how big would a bouquet be…). Do a little digging on your next trip to a botanical garden (not literally!), and see what interesting plant facts you can find. 

View Lesson Plan>>

Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived for centuries and witnessed the history of our nation from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It’s the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants.

contact info

Hrs: Nov.-Feb. Daily 8:30AM-4:30PM, Mar.-Oct. Daily 8AM-5:30PM.

Botanical Garden Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

The diverse world of plants is perhaps the weirdest, and most fascinating, of all living things. Bamboo can grow over three feet in one day (you can literally watch it grow). There are 600 species of carnivorous plants, which trap and digest insects, frogs, or small birds (if a vegetarian eats this plant, are they still a vegetarian?). The world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, can grow up to three feet in diameter (how big would a bouquet be…). Do a little digging on your next trip to a botanical garden (not literally!), and see what interesting plant facts you can find. 

View Lesson Plan>>

Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived for centuries and witnessed the history of our nation from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It’s the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants.

contact info

Hrs: Nov.-Feb. Daily 8:30AM-4:30PM, Mar.-Oct. Daily 8AM-5:30PM.

Botanical Garden Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

The diverse world of plants is perhaps the weirdest, and most fascinating, of all living things. Bamboo can grow over three feet in one day (you can literally watch it grow). There are 600 species of carnivorous plants, which trap and digest insects, frogs, or small birds (if a vegetarian eats this plant, are they still a vegetarian?). The world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, can grow up to three feet in diameter (how big would a bouquet be…). Do a little digging on your next trip to a botanical garden (not literally!), and see what interesting plant facts you can find. 

View Lesson Plan>>

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