Garden Market and Nursery
Purchase items hand-crafted by the blacksmith, cooper, and potter in the Plantation Stableyards, as well as a wide range of hand-crafted items by local and regional artisans including Charleston sweetgrass baskets, accessories, jams and jellies, art, photography, the books Middleton Place: A Phoenix Still Rising and Beyond the Fields, and many other gifts for the garden and home.
The Nursery specializes in over 50 varieties of plants grown at Middleton Place by a talented team of gardeners and horticulturists. Choose from seedlings taken from the majestic Middleton Oak and Middleton Place Camellias (japonica, sasanqua, sinenses) as well as many other annuals, perennials and herbs.
Have a light lunch in the Garden Market, build your own picnic to enjoy on the Greensward, or stop in for a snack, beverage or ice cream.
The Garden Market and Nursery is open daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
As always, admission is not required to shop or have lunch at the Garden Market.
Check the calendar of events for postings on upcoming seminars hosted by the Garden Market as well as special events and sales. For more information, please call 843-266-7464.
Whether to remember your Middleton Place visit, or give the perfect gift to someone special, find a wide variety of treasures for any occasion at the Museum Shop.
The Museum Shop carries an abundance of books that cover numerous topics including: art, landscape, architecture, gardening, history, southern recipes, historical fiction, and children's topics. For the home, pieces include reproduction china and silver, outdoor sculptures, bird feeders, wind chimes and Middleton crest glass and bar ware. Wall art of all tastes and styles, some with Middleton Place and Low Country scenes are also available. The Shop offers shoppers a large selection of accessories such as floral handbags, scarves, pins and earrings to enhance any wardrobe as well as other specialty clothing items.
The Museum Shop is open daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
As always, admission is not required to visit the Museum Shop.
For more information, call (843) 266-7471.