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BLOG POST: The Enduring Value of a Venerable Home

BLOG POST: The Enduring Value of a Venerable Home

THE ENDURING VALUE OF A VENERABLE HOUSE By Susan Lyons It was a sunny day, breezy, and about noon. A good time to replace the flowers that Hurricane Irma had victimized in planters near my front door. I picked up my little trowel, glanced toward the street for some...

Blog Entry: The Foodscape Revolution

Blog Entry: The Foodscape Revolution

The Foodscape Revolution (Part 1 of a 2 series blog) By Brie Arthur CHS October 2017 Guest Lecture “Garden to Table” is the best way to describe my passion of Foodscaping. The idea is simple:  add purpose to landscapes in developed areas such as suburban...

A visit to Cape Cod & Provincetown, MA

Our Executive Director Kyle Barnette recently visited the gorgeous areas of Cape Cod and Provincetown, MA where he encountered a variety of stunning New England gardens.  Check out the beautiful photos he took below and enjoy a little bit of the north during this...

Saturday Windermere Garden Volunteer Work Days Are Back

Saturday Windermere Garden Volunteer Work Days Are Back

SATURDAYS ARE BACK AT WINDERMERE You spoke and we listened! Saturday mornings are back on for our monthly Windermere Garden Volunteer Work Day. Charleston Horticultural Society has long maintained the beautiful gardens planted in 2008 that surround of our offices and...

Mobile Gardeners featured in Chas. City Paper

Mobile Gardeners featured in Chas. City Paper

Mobile Gardeners helps children with disabilities cultivate life skills through gardening Raised beds of collard greens, kale, and pomegranate trees sit parallel to herb beds blooming with mint and rosemary. Located a few feet away are the flower beds, looking a bit...