Zonal Denial

Patrick Hubbard says you can tell whether someone is a gardener in two…
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Built to Last

Enlarging the front door. Creating the perfect copper lanterns. Rethinking the old powder…
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A Southern Obsession

“If God had made anything better He’d have kept it for Himself.” —…
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The Root of It All

While 3-gallon containers are the most popular size for purchasing plants to use…
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On Walkers’ Pond

Twelve years ago, Sarah Walker told her husband, Oscar, she wanted to move.…
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Adventures in Seeds

South Carolina’s Pomaria Nurseries, begun before 1835 and formally founded in 1840, is…
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Define the Design: Sink Cabinets

Sink cabinets have become the jewelry of bath design. With remodeling being the…
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Easy Elegance

Sometimes the need for an extra bedroom is the driving force or at…
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The Lovely Loquat Tree

For anyone not familiar with Eriobotrya japonica, more commonly known as the Japanese…
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The Simple Pleasures of Picking

Some of my fondest childhood memories center on countless spring, summer, and early…
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Define the Design: Create Your Own Personal Haven

What does “sanctuary” mean to you? This one is inspired by the colors…
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Ask the Experts: Home Q&A

Jim Evatt Palmetto Construction and Renovations Q: What are the popular renovation projects…
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