From late February thru the end of April, you'll find Charleston lost amongst abundant blooms. Be sure to plan your next visit to Charleston so that you won't miss the spectacular show that the low country provides - from renowned azaleas and camellias, wisteria, flowering fruit trees, quince, redbuds, forsythias, pearl bushes, Jessamine, honeysuckle, dogwoods, anemones, hyacinths, lilies, star and saucer magnolias, and bedding flowers. Peak bloom is usually from late March through early April - but subject to the whims of Mother Nature.
In March you'll find thousands of daffodils escort in Spring's arrival to the low country along with flowering fruit trees, early azaleas, full-blooming camellias, spirea, Dutch and German iris, anemones, Lady Banksia roses, atamasco lilies, redbud, and others. This array of bloom complements the city's historical atmosphere and is well worth a visit, if only for a quick weekend trip (Check out the Spring Lodging Specials).
While in town at this time of year, be sure to visit our gardens, parks, plantations and houses and especially take in one of the "Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens" tours that are available during March and April.