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October 27, 2013 12:01 AM

'Historic Trees for Historic Places' aims to celebrate existence of trees native to South Carolina

The Garden Club of South Carolina has announced a statewide project, "Historic Trees for Historic Places," the goal of which is to identify historic trees across the state, to plant historic trees in historic places and celebrate their existence. Garden clubs throughout the state will be able to submit their historic tree choices by visiting the Garden Club of South Carolina website at www.gardenclubofsc.org.

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