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During periods of drought, folks uninitiated in the magical ways of Pleopeltis polypodioides may spy the epiphyte fern’...
A perch for pondering life lessons and time well spent
Bring water plants into the garden with a high-impact, low-maintenance display
Grilled peaches and French wine on stone patios, cool mist from a 75-foot waterfall, and shopping for cashmere sweaters...
Kokedama re-imagines the potted plant, wrapping it in a fresh package and elevating it to new heights
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Marsh grass, oyster beds, and pluff mud at every turn—just 70 miles down the coast in Beaufort
Make the most of a sunny spot with these superstar zinnia selections
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The high-climbing flame lily brings intense color to the garden
From their downtown single house and courtyard garden, Monica and Ken Seeger adopt an inclusive entertaining policy
Green Roof Outfitters puts plants to work in high places
On April 7 and 8, Old Towne Creek County Park blooms into a gardener’s paradise: the 16th annual Plantasia, organized...
Plant this season’s blooms with the plate in mind
A simple cuppa can awaken a mind—and a community.
Over the past decade, the Lowcountry has become steeped in niche bean...
One of the best things to do for your garden come winter? Study up! Research plants for problem spots, find tips for...
Longleaf pine trees (Pinus palustris) once covered some 90 million acres in the Southeastern United States, including...
For sweet, cool-weather fruit, plant persimmon trees
Learn how one couple turned a suburban green space into an Asian contemplative garden
Transform your landscape’s cooler, darker corners with striking foliage and flowers
The tourists of our warm-weather waters are back; do you know what to do—and not do—if you spy a manatee?