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  • Load up on inspiration, information, and plenty of plants at events around town
  • Transform your landscape’s cooler, darker corners with striking foliage and flowers
  • With help from designer Cortney Bishop, a pair of Chicago transplants bring low-maintenance sophistication to a South of Broad townhome
  • Who says you have to choose between work and play? As a mother of two who launched an interior architecture and design firm from her home office, Lauren Sanchez understands the need for... Read More
  • Melissa Lenox, an interior designer and longtime California girl, brings a dose of West Coast style to her new home on the banks of the Ashley River
  • New York City transplants meticulously restore a B&B called “Belvedere” back into a home
  • Plant a successful fall crop with this lesson in tomatoes 101 (seasoned gardeners, even you may find helpful tips here, too!)
  • Situated on a tree-lined block of Wentworth Street in the heart of Harleston Village, the James Sanders House celebrates modern preservation with a graceful composition of past and present. Raised by... Read More
  • Summer’s sun-bleached wooden docks, lush palms, and sunshine inspired this modern coastal look from Sidney Wagner of Eclectic. She suggests establishing a color palette that references our... Read More
  • Blooms for all seasons, plus housing options and a watering station, can turn even the smallest green space into a sanctuary for native bees
  • The owners of High Wire Distilling Co. imbue a 19th-century single house with soulful folk art  
  • Meet the artist behind Romney Urban Garden’s mosaic mural and get her tips for bringing the art form to your own green spaces
  • Container gardens aren’t just for pretty blooms—you can put them to work for your taste buds, too! Garden editor Joan McDonald creates three beautiful and edible combinations, sharing a... Read More
  • Daylily afficionados from all over the globe turn to Browns Ferry Gardens for the stunning hybrids they debut year after year
  • A Copenhagen native brings Danish charm to a 19th-century manse and its courtyard garden
  • This month, load up on inspiration, information, and plenty of plants at events around town
  • Dying to bring some spring vibrance to the wintery landscape? Start with a brightly blooming mailbox planter
  • A Mount Pleasant family moves to the Caribbean and back again—and, in the process, refines their approach to outdoor living
  • February’s the ideal time to prune crepe myrtles, as the trees are still in their winter dormancy. But before you pull out the loppers, read this! According to the pros, folks all over town are... Read More
  • In Wagener Terrace, a family transforms a ho-hum stucco box into a cheery mid-century-modern stunner