What's happening this month
Plant a lush grouping that requires little effort and offers plenty of drama
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens will bloom in DC this summer
Avenues of oaks and their deep-rooted history in Charleston
How her interactive paper gardens will investigate the concept of utopia
Meet the self-taught topiary artist who, for nearly four decades, has planted and pruned, nurtured and shaped nursery...
Learn to plant for the butterflies—and their caterpillar counterparts
Susan and Gene Massamillo’s downtown garden was designed to transport them—and their many guests—to lush landscapes...
A happy coincidence brought the ‘Palmetto’ asparagus to prominence over a century ago
Rita’s Roots helps backyard gardens flourish
What's happening this month?
Design your dream landscape with help from local pro Kelly Megeath
Why CBD, the “straight-edge cousin” to THC, is finding its way onto menus all over Charleston
How bird pepper sauce spiced up Charleston in the 19th century
Put a sunny spot to work growing blackberries: they’re versatile, easy, and oh-so rewarding
Learn how Jacques and Carrie Larson turned a 1940s West Ashley bungalow into the contemporary home of their dreams
On the eve of the Gibbes Museum of Art exhibition “Anna Heyward Taylor: Intrepid Explorer,” take a look into the...
Here’s what the pros want you to know about growing indoors
After a military career that took them around the world, Dr. Melvin and Deborah Brown return home, regularly hosting...
Chef and food stylist Cynthia Groseclose shares a menu of healthy, naturally beautiful dishes
John’s Islander Mary May has carved out her dream career
One of the best parts of the holiday season is gathering with friends, neighbors, and perfect strangers at the many...
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Dress the Thanksgiving table with an easy-peasy arrangement of potted plants
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When Philip Simmons (1912-2009) began to study the craft of ironwork as a 13-year-old apprentice to Holy City...
In mid-century Charleston, The Book Basement served equally as shop, salon, and safe space
Take a closer look at some of the threatened and endangered species that call the South Carolina Lowcountry home