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  • From their downtown single house and courtyard garden, Monica and Ken Seeger adopt an inclusive entertaining policy
  • The high-climbing flame lily brings intense color to the garden
  • On April 7 and 8, Old Towne Creek County Park blooms into a gardener’s paradise: the 16th annual Plantasia, organized by Charleston Horticultural Society (CHS), offers thousands of plants alongside... Read More
  • What’s happening this month?
  • What’s happening this month?
  • Plant this season’s blooms with the plate in mind
  • Spring doesn’t officially start until March 20th, but we’re already looking to lush greens and botanical prints
  • Ask an Expert: What is this weed (see photo) taking over my garden, and how can I control it?
  • After a flurry of dining out during Charleston Wine + Food, many of us will be ready for a home-cooked meal. To that end, we asked interiors expert Regina Garcia to whip up this simple yet inviting... Read More
  • Sow radish seeds to spice up the spring garden 
  • After a childhood abroad, Suzanne Pollak brings her global style and a penchant for blending classic and quirky pieces to her townhome on Rainbow Row
  • One of the best things to do for your garden come winter? Study up! Research plants for problem spots, find tips for tending what’s already rooted, and dig for fresh inspiration. Sure, the... Read More
  • Behind a stately colonial façade, an Old Village residence overflows with color, pattern, and texture
  • What’s happening this month?
  • Celebrated floral designers team up for a December 3 wreath workshop 
  • For Melissa Lenox, dressing a home for the season doesn’t involve Technicolored tchotchkes, baubles, or blinking lights. Instead, the designer—whose portfolio reflects a youthful, modern... Read More
  • For sweet, cool-weather fruit, plant persimmon trees