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 H
The sales center for Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head won't open until Feb. 17, but we were treated to an early tour of the center's cool interactive kiosks, which allow prospective customers to pick a lot and compare color schemes with a few f
Experience 25.6 miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking and running as well as the waterfall of the old millrace at Poinsett State Park located in Sumter County. The park features Coquina stone that dates back to when the ocean reached inland
Palmetto bugs, or American cockroaches, are known to invade coastal South Carolina homes. Here are some quick tips from the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences on how to keep the pests out of your home (and what to
John Trask demontrates March 29, 2017, how raised garden beds will be built as part of a community garden in downtown Beaufort. Trask is using vacant lots on Braden Street after houses replaced a previous garden.
The Historic Beaufort Foundation's Architect's Tour on March 18, 2017 will celebrate contemporary architecture that interprets the Lowcountry and gives it a 21st century look. One of the homes on the tour is that of Carol and Tom Henry, at 721 Rib
A Bluffton family out shopping for Christmas trees on Nov. 27, 2016, was nice enough to let Josh Mitelman film them as they searched for that just-right tree. Like every year, the Boyles family said, their tree-shopping was taking place at A & A C
John Valente, of Sunshine Hardscape, Landscape & Nursery in Bluffton, explains in this Nov. 20, 2016, interview what plants are OK outside and which need to come in or be covered when temperatures drop below freezing in the region.