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  • April 2014

    As the air fills with the heady scent of spring blooms, so too floral perfumes are sprouting up.

     

  • Magnificent live oaks define our landscape, offering poetic structure to our vistas, shade on scorching summer days, and shelter for myriad plants and animals. Many, such as the Angel Oak on John’s Island, have survived for centuries, bearing witness to the collective histories of the Lowcountry and outlasting destructive forces of both man and Mother Nature. Here, we pay tribute to these mighty miracles with photographs by Dustin K. Ryan and quotes from local poets and authors

     

  • April 2014

    Jacob Lindsey brings equal parts chutzpah and worldly know-how to Charleston’s Civic Design Center

  • April 2014

    Coming from a family of avid gardeners, FIG beverage director and recently named James Beard Outstanding Wine Program semifinalist David McCarus knows flowers almost as well as he knows wine. Here, he shares his favorite floral vintages

  • April 2014

    With flowers blooming and the smell of tea olive in the air, spring has officially sprung and with it the perfect season for outdoor brunching. The classic quiche makes a savory breakfast addition, and as Culinary Institute of America grad chef Lauren Mitterer of WildFlour Pastry shares, it is simple to whip up and can be tailored to your personal taste

  • April 2014

    The Lot’s Alex Lira offers three takes on local asparagus

  • April 2014

    Looking back on American Civil War recipes

     

  • April 2014

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  • April 2014

    Want a plant that provides shade as well as a sweet summertime treat? Try a low-maintenance, high-yielding fig tree

  • April 2014

    A neglected lot gets a makeover, including a new home and private garden that blend seamlessly by design  

     

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