Greenville Memorial Gardens takes great care to maintain the natural beauty and serenity of our cemetery in Piedmont, South Carolina. Here, you can count on our team to help guide you through the range of burial options to select what is best for you.
- Cremation Memorials
- Crematorium On-Site
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Upright Headstones
Discover an ideal resting place
As you enter our park setting, clean concrete walks lined with boxwood shrubs, petunias, lilies and dwarf nandina flowers form the borders of our memorial gardens. We feature traditional flush markers, as well as artful upright memorials. Our chapel welcomes family and friends to graveside assemblies, and the mausoleum inside provides a distinctive above-ground alternative to burial. We offer family estates for the unique reassurance of one central gathering place for future generations to assemble in reflection.
Lighted garden features provide a picturesque finish to our carefully landscaped greenery. Those who choose cremation may opt for inurnment in our mausoleum, in-ground burial, or scattering of ashes in reserved areas of our park. Memorial benches make the perfect lasting monument to a loved one, and can be placed in honor of either an individual or a family.
Our 110-acre cemetery houses a wide variety of antique trees and their foliage, including Bradford pear, crepe myrtle, juniper, magnolia, Leland cypress, white oak, red oak, pine, sugar maple, red maple, Japanese maple, dogwood, weeping cherry and other species ranging from 8 to 90 feet tall.
Contact us, day or night
We consider it an honor to assist those seeking a Greenville-area cemetery, serving families from Powdersville to Northlake. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance with burial arrangements in Piedmont, or if you would like to arrange a guided tour of our cemetery.
Our historic cemetery in Greenville
In 1958, Dwight Holder and Dick Herbert founded Greenville Memorial Gardens on an old cotton plantation. Our office, built with peg construction in 1821, once served as a watering point for stagecoach horses en route from Greenville to Augusta. Today, we open our doors and our hearts to families from all traditions, backgrounds and faiths.