November has arrived + with it comes the hope of spotting those yellows, oranges, and reds in Charleston. This mini crossword will test your knowledge of scenic parks and gardens where you can spot fall leaves and blooms around the Lowcountry. We’ll give you a hint and it’s up to you to piece together the puzzle.
2. November and December blooms at these gardens established in 1676 include Knockout Roses, Encore Azaleas, and Four O’clock flowers.
3. Previously known as Rutledge Street Pond, this tidal pond is surrounded by a half-mile loop lined with trees and flowers.
4. Spot camellias in November at these gardens where French botanist André Michaux is said to have brought some of the first camellias to America.
1. This tree-lined historic site dates back to 1670 and is the site of the first permanent European settlement in South Carolina.