Maria Peroustianis waters her garden plot at Sea Pines' Heritage Farm on Friday. She said that despite a recent frost, the relatively warm fall and early winter has allowed other summertime plants to stay alive, including her tomato plants, which are still producing fruit.
Maria Peroustianis waters her garden plot at Sea Pines' Heritage Farm on Friday. She said that despite a recent frost, the relatively warm fall and early winter has allowed other summertime plants to stay alive, including her tomato plants, which are still producing fruit. Jay Karr
Maria Peroustianis waters her garden plot at Sea Pines' Heritage Farm on Friday. She said that despite a recent frost, the relatively warm fall and early winter has allowed other summertime plants to stay alive, including her tomato plants, which are still producing fruit. Jay Karr

Warm temps in Beaufort County make for colorful December

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