Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve, Inc., provides a place where the public can come 365 days a year, from dawn to dusk, for inspiration, enjoyment, and education through the study of nature. The botanical garden aspires to be recognized regionally and nationally as a model and premier source of environmental education for children and adults and a haven of peace and beauty for the community and tourists alike. Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that operates on an annual budget that is raised every year from donations, grants, sponsorships, events, and educational programs.
Everyone is encouraged to visit their gardens and create, immerse, celebrate, stay well and preserve your experiences and memories. The trail includes unique garden rooms including Altrusa Native Plant Garden, Conifer Display Garden, Butterfly Garden, Garden of Hope & Healing, and so much more. Learn more about these garden rooms and their botanical features.
The Noble Tree Foundation and Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve sponsor the Best Noble Tree Contest for members of the community to find a big or favorable tree in Spartanburg County. The contest is a way to educate school children and the community about the importance of Noble Trees and will be a great resource to locate Spartanburg’s largest and most notable specimen trees. The nominated trees must be located in Spartanburg County and the organizations will be accepting nominations until April 15, 2022. The winner will be announced at the Twilight in the Garden Event planned for May 2022. Click here to learn more details about participating in the contest.
Hatcher Garden provides many ways for the community to support them by volunteering, donating, tributes, planned giving, or attending benefit events. You can also contribute to donations through their AmazonSmile list. Your support maintains Hatcher Garden’s botanical life and environmental education programs for students of all ages. Give today for Hatcher’s tomorrow!