Andrew Dys

July 9, 2014 6:17 PM

Blooms mean the end is near for Fort Mill’s ‘Ginny,’ a century plant

A Fort Mill woman planted a rare Century Plant 10 years ago and it’s now about to bloom. These plants, native to Mexico and the Southwest, bloom once in a lifetime, then die.

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