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When I first meet with the owners of Blue Poppy Farm, we stood surrounded by endless turf. They said, “We ride the horses into the woods around here and it’s so beautiful out there. ” Can you make this look more like that?” The transition will take years. The long term goal includes Sandhills meadow… Read More
Our beautiful barrier islands have been landscaped beyond recognition. Typical “landscapes” seem designed to demonstrate that people can dominate nature. We can. We do. For a moment in time. But in making and keeping up typical landscapes, we’re doing harm to the life on the islands, in the soil and in the water. We can… Read More
You know those meadows that you see in magazines? The ones that beckon pick-nickers with knee high whispering grasses and painterly masses of wildflowers? The kind of meadow you might skip through, roll in, take off your shirt and nap with your dog in? In the Deep South, we only have those in calendars and… Read More
Tony Carr, an artist from North Augusta, designed and made the copper screen, which emulates a fountain and blocks a view of a close house. For garden design or consulting contact us via phone or email.
Can someone try to explain this to me? I’ve worked with a lot of palms and I am sure that these poor palms are embarrassed. There’s no good reason to do this to beautiful, mature palms. It borders on abuse. It can lead to “pencil pointing”, nutrient deficiency and eventually death. And if we get… Read More
Jenks Farmer challenges and southern garden design. He’s been a leader in public and private gardens for the past 30 years. Jenks will share photos spanning 30 years of design work. And address how his style and garden design in general has changed. From 80’s style, perennial border artifice to more relaxed styles incorporating heirloom… Read More
C. x eboracii in graveyard C. x herbertii (Tulsa Collection) in field. Milk and Wine Lily Crinum ‘Bradley’ C. species in Madagascar swamp C. Bradley close up & in meadow C. procerum C. asiaticum C. ‘Queen Emma’ purple leaf with Tom, in container & wrapped for winter. PROPAGATION C. bulbispermum seed C. americanum seed floating… Read More
Really dwarf! Mature, it looks sort of like a big clump of monkey grass — less than 18 inches tall! An excellent plant for a wet spot.
Naturalist Gardening Examples & Plants Where we are on the map. Walter’s climatic diagrams. What our woods look like. Echaw Creek, SC via Coastal Expeditions Inc. Bushhog Borders; Large grasses Erianthus ravennae, Juncus, Mulenbergia capillaris, Panicum, Spartina. Perennials Aster carolinanus, Conoclinium, Crinum bulbispermum, Hibiscus coccinus, Oenothera. Overseeded with clover, Linaria canadensis, Ratibida. Coppiced Shrubs Salix,… Read More