Carolyn Kostopoulos has been supervising the art festival’s wardrobes for 37 years
Mepkin Abbey’s monks get oyster and shiitake mushrooms into the hands of the city’s top restaurants
A prolific bloomer famed for its resilience, the ‘Peggy Martin’ is one rose even beginners can grow
Create a container kids can play with, and lessons in sun, rain, and earth will come naturally
Chef-instructor David Vagasky and his husband, Compost in My Shoe’s Jim Martin, serve up homemade shrimp ravioli,...
The Compost Rangers are on a mission to makeover Charleston’s trash habits
Make the most of a sunny spot with these superstar zinnia selections
The high-climbing flame lily brings intense color to the garden
In honor of Eat Local Month, we sat down with Lowcountry Local First’s executive director to discuss Charleston’s...
Get the scoop on Slow Food Charleston, serving up its Snail Awards on April 13
Every few years, we survey Charleston’s culinary scene, asking area gourmands, food writers, and other F...
Plant a successful fall crop with this lesson in tomatoes 101 (seasoned gardeners, even you may find helpful tips here...
Speaking with Jim Martin of Compost in My Shoe
This month, load up on inspiration, information, and plenty of plants at events around town
BACCO’s Michael Scognamiglio shares three radicchio-centric recipes
Kimberly Korndog digs urban gardening
A grand community garden opens in West Ashley
Dig into this month's Carolina Yard Gardening School
Is Charleston ready for the “grain-to-glass movement?” The men of Striped Pig Distillery think so.
As garden enthusiasts gear up for Charleston Horticultural Society’s Plantasia festival (April 12...
Pro green thumbs Casey and Robert O’Dell carve out a bustling backyard oasis fit for family and creatures alike
The Stingrays team up to grow a community butterfly garden
These old-school brambles are easy to grow and worth their weight in green-thumb gold
Looking to make your own roadside rescues? Ries offers these tips for filling your landscapes with other people’s...
Rescued from trash heaps and handed down from friends, plants of all provenance are right at home in Jane Ries’ West...