Butterfly Gardens are maintained by volunteer groups or landscape companies.
The Butterfly Garden at Northwoods
This garden is located at 8348 Greenridge Road. The butterfly garden welcomes you as you enter the Northwoods Park Community Center and is home to many caterpillars and butterflies. In addition to the butterfly garden, the lake-side community center offers a playground, picnic tables, swimming pool, and a gym. The garden was installed on Earth Day 2015 by youth in the center’s 4-H program.
Sponsors: The BEEs
This garden is currently in need of two Flowerscape sponsors.
The Butterfly Garden at Park Circle
The Butterfly Garden at Park Circle is conveniently located on the grounds of the Felix C. Davis Community Center in the center of Park Circle in North Charleston. This garden is home to more than 75 different plants that attract butterflies. There are several picnic tables and benches to enjoy lunch or just take a break. This garden serves as an educational garden for the community to learn about the types of plants that thrive in the area. Additionally, Keep North Charleston Beautiful offers field trips to preschool students during the month of September.
Sponsors: Cooper Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, Joint Base Charleston 1st Combat Camera Squadron, and NHCC DOCS
This garden is currently in need of four additional Flowerscape sponsors.
Median plantings are maintained by landscape companies.
Intersection of Rivers Avenue and Ashley Phosphate Road
The Intersection of Rivers Avenue and Ashley Phosphate Road is planted with red Knock-Out Roses. This intersection is highly traveled, and the Flowerscape is enjoyed by many as they pass by or stop at the traffic light. This was the very first Flowerscape location, installed on Valentine’s Day of 2007.
Sponsored by: Carolina Services Grounds Division
Intersection of Dorchester Road and Ashley Phosphate Road
The Intersection of Dorchester Road and Ashley Phosphate Road is planted with red Knock-Out Roses. This intersection is highly traveled, and the Flowerscape is enjoyed by many as they pass by or stop at the traffic light.
Sponsored by: LowCountry Greens, LLC.