This is Brookgreen Gardens

Brookgreen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark located on the coast of South Carolina. Founded in 1931 by Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, the gardens occupy land that was once used for rice production. Brookgreen offers visitors a chance to view native plants and animals as well as unique figurative sculpture. Through this program, students will learn about the history of the rice planters of the Waccamaw while exploring the remarkable outdoor classrooms of Brookgreen Gardens.

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This is Brookgreen Gardens, Part 3 - History
This is Brookgreen Gardens, Part 3 - History

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The sculpture collection at Brookgreen Gardens include works by many great figurative artists of the time like Paul Manship,Paul Jennewein, and Frederick Remington. Anna sculpted her own work...
This is Brookgreen Gardens, Part 4 - Sculptures
This is Brookgreen Gardens, Part 4 - Sculptures

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Brookgreen Gardens offers a diversity in terms of our sculpture, horticulture, history and ecology. Initially when Brookgreen was first put together, it was a place where the native plants and flora...