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Memberships

Friends of Glencairn Garden can nurture this growing venue and pass along the legacy of the Garden by becoming a member of Glencairn Garden through the Rock Hill Parks Foundation. While supporting the Garden, members also receive wonderful benefits. Membership at all levels makes a significant impact on the future of Glencairn Garden. Call 803-329-5620 for information on becoming a Friend of Glencairn.

Weddings

Glencairn Garden has been a popular setting for weddings for many years. A variety of venues are available at the Garden and can be scheduled for use April - November. Wedding Reservations

Sponsorships

Support for the Garden through sponsorship opportunities assists in the overall implementation of the Glencairn Garden Master Plan. Sponsorship opportunities are available for new and existing features at Glencairn Garden and at other PRT parks through the Rock Hill Parks Foundation.Thanks to the following who have sponsored features in the Garden thus far: Glencairn Garden Sponsors.

Community Events at Glencairn Garden

Community events ranging from Story with Santa in the Garden to the annual Come-See-Me festival are held at Glencairn Garden during the year. Concerts with the varied sounds of barbershop quartets, folk music, harps and African drums have all been a part of the musical offerings at the Garden in recent years.

Upcoming community events to be held at the Garden, coordinated by PRT, are posted on the PRT Calendar

Garden Seasons

Spring (March – May) is a fairy land of color with thousands of azaleas in many varieties. Pansies, candy tuft, wisteria and periwinkle greet birds and butterflies. Double file viburnum is nestled beneath lace canopies of pink and white dogwoods. Redbuds, peonies, saucer magnolia trees, and flowering yoshino and kwanzan cherry trees complete the scene.

Summer (June – August) proves the living is easy with the beautiful bright blooms of crape myrtles providing the perfect backdrop for a picnic. Day lilies, hundreds of annuals, and a variety of hostas emerge from the shelter of large magnificent pine trees. Trails trimmed with liriope flower in the warmth of the lazy summer sun.

Fall (September – November) finds glorious sasanquas in perfect bloom while the hardwood trees are ablaze with color. Pansies accent tranquil fountains, footbridges, and meandering trails.

Winter (December – February) is brightened by the beauty and charm of camellias and scented with the aroma of winter honeysuckle. The mild climate also welcomes daffodils and Lenten roses.