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Grow these shimmery beauties throughout your garden for a winter green space that glows

Have limited space in your yard? Tired of the same old terra cotta pots? Garden editor Joan McDonald teaches us how to get creative, and crafty, with three do-it-yourself container gardening projects

Give plain clay pots botanical pizzazz with this easy cast-leaf project

Recycle unwanted silver-plate pieces or garage-sale finds into interesting and elegant containers

Banking powerhouse Darla Moore is plowing new fields and putting her money where her boots are—on the ground

Moss comes in handy for all variety of floral arrangements, not only for adding texture and color, but also for concealing floral foam and other practical elements.

Feeling cooped up? Don’t despair. Bring the outdoors in with these easy-to-grow ferns. And they’ll transfer nicely to your yard come spring

Plant nasturtium seeds this month for a punch of color in the garden and a peppery bite on the plate

Restoring the historic camellias of Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Thanks to an enterprising young woman, the Lowcountry enjoyed a short but lucrative stint exporting Indigofera tinctoria—and the beautiful blue dye extracted from its leaves—before the plant all but disappeared from our fields.

A trifecta of vibrant, easy-to-grow annuals add gorgeous color to the winter garden

Camellia leaves looking a little dull? Magnolia giving a spotty showing?

What are some of the main players in the Wagener Terrace space? Joan and Chad McDonald list their garden’s standouts

Mac and Johnny Langley opened their beautiful Old Village home for this American Red Cross benefit on Friday, April 15



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