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Hyams Garden Center can help get started planting edibles



Hyams Garden Center strives to have the highest quality and widest selection of unique plants. Don't see what you want?  Hyams will place a special order just for you! They are located at 870 Folly Road Charleston, SC. 29412 

Hyams has professional to teach you to plant and grow small edible plants, vines, shrubs, bushes, and trees!

Choose from herbs, kale, and Swiss chard, to blueberry bushes, grape vines, citrus, olive and nut trees!  You can phone them at 843-762-1595 or 843-795-5523 

At Hyams find supplies for your sustainable garden

Find the perfect soil, fertilizers, root stimulator, watering supplies, or miniature gardens for children and small homes, apartments or condo's.  Visit them at www.hymansgardencenter.com or Email info@hyamsgardencenter.com 

Who can benefit from planting edibles?

Individuals, Families and Children Are Encouraged To Plantedibles

Looking to get started with a new project, or adding to your landscaping with edible plants, bushes, and trees learn from the professionals at Hyams Garden Center. 

Teachers: Pre-school through College


Planting edibles empower children when you incorporate math, science, social skills, nutrition awareness, healthy diet habits, marketing and selling the harvests adds entrepreneurial skills.  

Landscapers, Contractors, Builders, Multiple Housing Designers

From soil enrichment, fertilizing, bulk orders, special orders, to sustainable landscaping with edibles. 

Those Interested in Community Gardens can start them under Power Lines and Green Spaces

At Hyams Garden Center you can find how  to get started to plantedibles. 

Leadership Credit, Merit Badges, Eagle Scout Projects, or Volunteer hours


You don't need even a green thumb you just need to drop by Hyams Garden Center. Where they have easy ways to put together above the ground boxes to plantedibles.

Non-Profits, Churches, Youth Groups, Clubs and Organizations are Harvesting

The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. 

Contacts to help you begin

What grows in your area; how to maintain; and sustain your food source

Clemson Extension Center's HGIC offers you a wealth of information http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/plants/vegetables/gardening/

http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/complete_list view vegetable, fruits and nuts and Vegetables Gardens.Learn about 4-H including youth at https://www.clemson.edu/extension/4h/ning.Master Gardening program for adults at http://www.clemson.edu/extension/mg/counties/berkeley_charleston_dorchester/index.html

https://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/     What can you plant in your garden this fall?

HAVE A QUESTION?  The HGIC staff of horticulture Extension agents and food safety specialists are available to answer questions via their toll-free number, 1-888-656-9988 (South Carolina residents only), between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. You can also email HGIC@clemson.edu for questions answered by our agents. Please include in which county you live, for us to better answer your questions. Non-residents of South Carolina can locate their local County Extension Office here.


Problems in your garden? Bug? Soil? Leaf?  https://www.clemson.edu/public/regulatory/plant-problem/pdfs/trifoldppcsamplingbrochure2014.pdf

Charleston Herbal Society

http://www.scherbalsociety.com/  Charleston meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the educational center of the Charleston Horticultural Society, 46 Windermere Blvd., Charleston from 6:00-7:30 pm.   Bring Your Own Cup to sample teas, and if it is possible, please bring an herbal food or drink to share.  For directions click here.


Charleston Horticultural Society

https://chashortsoc.org/

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CHARLESTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY"S MOBILE GARDENERS helps children with disabilities cultivate life skills through gardening

https://chashortsoc.org/mobile-gardeners/

Learn More at Trident Technical Colleges Continuing Education Program

http://www.tridenttech.edu/ce/programs/catalog/outdoor-living.htm 


Take a class and learn more: Landscape Design; Rain Gardens; Outdoor Survival  Basics; Sacred Space for Healing and Mediation; Homeopathic Properties of Herbs in Backyards;  Fall Container Gardens and Window Boxes; Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit through Food; Composting; Unusual and Interesting Container Gardens; Citrus in the Southeast with the Citrus Guy; Make-It-Take-It Worm Bins, and more. Remember if you are over 60 your classes are free!

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Need help constructing your preschool, school garden, or community garden?

 We hope you enjoy our site and will come back soon as more helpful information comes on-line each week. Have a big edible garden community project on James Island and need the help of Citadel Cadets? Email Christina Arnold at vista2@citadel.edu   or find her link at ...

How to plant seeds video - www.jiffypot.com

Jiffy Planting Trays, Mini- Greenhouses and Refill Trays with Peat Pellets and how to reuse them ! http://www.plantationproducts.com/pages/cfHome.cfm

Build a shopping list to plan out your garden      http://www.plantationproducts.com/catalog/cfShoppingList.cfm

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Where to plant your edibles?

Each location varies in the amount of wind, sunlight and shade. Dig a hole twice as wide as the root ball you are planting. Plant 1 inch higher than rootball for drainage. Loosen the soil at the bottom of the hole. Add to the soil fertilizer, loosen the roots at the bottom of the root ball, add a little root stimulator. Water the plants before you plant them.  Create a moat around the root ball, then soak in the plant so it bonds into the soil. Water so the roots grow deep. Learn more at Hyams!