More Videos

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort 1:30

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire 0:42

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired 2:19

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend 0:53

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho 0:28

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho

Beaufort High announces former NFL player as new football coach to team 0:28

Beaufort High announces former NFL player as new football coach to team

California parents arrested for holding 13 children captive 1:26

California parents arrested for holding 13 children captive

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms 0:33

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms

Deputies respond to shots fired at this Bluffton housing complex 0:18

Deputies respond to shots fired at this Bluffton housing complex

'This is what they call safe:' Truck driver stuck on icy I-95 in SC for over 12 hours 2:52

'This is what they call safe:' Truck driver stuck on icy I-95 in SC for over 12 hours

  • Here are 3 ways to tell if your pine trees are dying

    Pine trees have been dying on Hilton Head Island due to saltwater intrusion. Here are three ways to tell if your pine trees are dying.

Pine trees have been dying on Hilton Head Island due to saltwater intrusion. Here are three ways to tell if your pine trees are dying. Maggie Angst/mangst@islandpacket.com Produced by areese@islandpacket.com
Pine trees have been dying on Hilton Head Island due to saltwater intrusion. Here are three ways to tell if your pine trees are dying. Maggie Angst/mangst@islandpacket.com Produced by areese@islandpacket.com

Hundreds of Hilton Head pine trees are dying. Are yours among them?

October 27, 2017 10:00 AM

More Videos

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort 1:30

First responders rescue woman trapped under car in downtown Beaufort

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire 0:42

Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired 2:19

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend 0:53

Watch this real-life Forrest Gump on his run through Beaufort this weekend

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho 0:28

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho

Beaufort High announces former NFL player as new football coach to team 0:28

Beaufort High announces former NFL player as new football coach to team

California parents arrested for holding 13 children captive 1:26

California parents arrested for holding 13 children captive

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms 0:33

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms

Deputies respond to shots fired at this Bluffton housing complex 0:18

Deputies respond to shots fired at this Bluffton housing complex

'This is what they call safe:' Truck driver stuck on icy I-95 in SC for over 12 hours 2:52

'This is what they call safe:' Truck driver stuck on icy I-95 in SC for over 12 hours

  • Most tropical Lowcountry plants can be saved after the freeze. Here's how

    Though many landscaping plants suffered damage, most -- other than tropical perennials and some citrus plants -- should recover from last week's freeze. So say Carol Guedalia, Tim Drake and David Howe, the experts at The Greenery, Inc. on Hilton Head. If your plants were damaged by the freeze, here's what they suggest you do to help them heal.