In Season: The circa-1800 Timothy Ford House on Meeting Street, or as some affectionately call it come spring, “The Wisteria House”
Pretty in Pink: And purples and whites—an overflowing window box on Tradd Street
Secret Garden: An exuberant climbing rose offers a preview at what lies beyond the gate.
At First Blush: An early harbinger of spring, saucer magnolias, or “tulip trees,” at Hampton Park
Pastel Paradise: Pops of color on Rainbow Row
Green With Envy: Window-box topiaries on this Rainbow Row home complement the curving palmetto out front.
Purple Reign: The famous wisteria blooms at 54 Meeting Street
Tickled Pink: Crepe myrtles shower the cobblestones in front of the Pink House with blossoms.
Peachy Keen: A peppermint peach tree in full bloom at City Hall
While we’re all doing our part, staying home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, four photographers transport us to the local places we love and miss