Saturday, September 21 | 8:00 AM
Walk the trails with our wildlife specialist, Zach Steinhauser, who will point out various species and discuss habitat, migration patterns, and answer any questions you may have.
Saturday, October 5 | 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Canning is becoming more popular than ever, especially with the overwhelming emphasis on food awareness, eating well, and incorporating local, fresh ingredients in cooking.
Thursday, Oct 10 | 6:00 PM
Oct 17 sold out; by popular demand we scheduled additional Wine Down Thursday for Oct 10. Wine down your week and relax with us…sip your wine while creating a succulent topped pumpkin for your fall décor.
Saturday, October 12 – 11:00 am
Need Shade? Want to help the environment? Did the builder’s tree die? Is your back yard barren? Want to improve your curb appeal? What is the best tree for your yard?
Saturday, October 19 | 8:00 am
If you’ve never been to Congaree National Park, this will be a treat. Situated along the Congaree River, the park is home to champion trees, primeval forest landscapes, and diverse plant and animal life.
Saturday, October 19 | 2:00 PM
Come learn about ways you can help with the conservation of wild Monarch Butterflies in your own backyard. Not only will you be helping this endangered species, you’ll be able to enjoy their presence among your flowers.
Saturday, November 2 | 9:30am
Paper silhouettes of bats mounted on the wall, carved into pumpkins or hanging from the ceiling are meant to be a scary sight around Halloween. But bats really should be considered a good friend to homeowners.
A garden center that’s located beneath sprawling century-old pecan trees. Visitors can enjoy a stroll through the peaceful, park-like grounds, stop to smell the roses, or just enjoy the season’s blooms. More…
Our Gift Shoppe, located in the heart of the Garden Center, is one of Lexington’s hidden treasures. The four-room house is bursting with home decor, garden art and gifts for adults and children alike. More…
Local farm fresh produce never tasted so good! Stop by and visit our 1200 square foot climate controlled Produce Market that showcases some of the freshest locally grown produce and South Carolina products. More…
We’ve stocked our shelves with items to turn your backyard into a habitat for birds and wildlife: shelters, feeders, seeds, accessories, and other items to help you enjoy the wildlife in your backyard.. More…
Rooted in the community
We are truly committed to making our community a more beautiful place, and that commitment goes far beyond flowers. Wingard’s is considered a pillar of the Lexington-Columbia community. We take pride in sponsoring events or donating plants or services to Mission Lexington, Carolina Wildlife Care, Lexington County Choral Society, Lexington Chamber of Commerce and the Lexington Public Schools.
Wingard’s Market joined the ranks of the horticulture industry’s top local garden centers when it was named one of Today’s Garden Center magazine’s Revolutionary 100 Garden Centers for 2015 and named one of the Top 100 Garden Centers by Garden Center Magazine in 2017.