Weather will be good; warmer and the sun stronger at the end of March. Spring time: all spring flowers and trees will be blooming, life is returning with birds in the aviary in courtship display, some chicks may be. Sculpture are always ther to enjoyed.
It just depends on the weather--I want to say that typically April and October are best because those can be the nicest weather months in this part of SC, but you never know! ;) Either way, Brookgreen is a "must" stop. Hope this helps!
If you are lucky enough to visit during the final week of March, that's when the many azalea bushes burst into bloom. Earlier in the month, there are literally thousands of daffodils blossoming under the famous live oaks area. That is a photo op hard to beat. Many March days are warm enough so you won't need a jacket except in the early morning and later afternoon. Enjoy!
Beautiful sculptures, flowers, the animals at the zoo depending on the temperature the alligators may be visible. Check the website for events. Keep a eye on the weather also rainy days aren't very fun.
I can't be sure of the plants. Best to check the Garden's Web site and possible give them a call. We did that before going last October. It'll probably still be cool, so take a jacket. The permanent outdoor art work will still be there, of course, as well as the indoor exhibits.
Go to their website for a list of events. A Lego sculpture event starts the 5th. Plan wise I don't know. But the sculptures are fantastic. Look for discount admission tickets on Groupon.
While I'm not sure what will be growing in March, the sculptures throughout the garden would be impressive at any time of year.
There are several things to see and the spring flowers will be in bloom if you arrive in the second half of the month. Bring a good camera because there's a ton of worthy pics. Enjoy yourselves.
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