Greenville Memorial Gardens

7784 Augusta Road, Piedmont, SC 29673 | 864-277-0078 | MAP


History of Greenville Memorial Gardens

Greenville Memorial Gardens has been a part of the Greenville community since its founding in 1958 by Dwight Holder and Dick Herbert. Situated on an old cotton plantation with more than 110 acres, our meticulously maintained grounds are landscaped with Bradford Pears, Crepe Myrtles, Junipers, Magnolias, Leland Cypress, White Oaks, Red Oaks, Pines, Sugar Maples, Red Maples, Japanese Maples, Dogwoods, Weeping Cherries, and many other trees ranging in height from 8 to 90 feet, as well as Boxwood shrubs, Canna Lilies, Petunias, and Dwarf Nandinas. These, together with our chapel mausoleum and several lighted garden features, provide a quiet and picturesque setting in which to honor the memory of your loved one. The history of the property is unique. Our office is housed in the former Pepper Plantation mansion built with peg construction in 1821. It is said to have played host to General Wade Hampton during the Civil War and served as a watering point for stagecoach horses en route from Greenville to Augusta.

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