Summer gardens flourish in South Carolina. If you love the idea of having your own garden but the work and the yard space are holding you back, consider starting an herb garden. Herb gardens are easy to establish and maintain. Fresh herbs not only elevate your favorite recipes but they are also lovely to look at.
There are many creative and attractive ways to set up an herb garden, but let’s start with the basics. Herb gardens need sunlight and well-drained soil. Find a place in your yard that gets at least six hours of sunlight a day in a location that is close to your home or,
Classic homes Is more than just a name for our company………..it is the way we view our home building mission. In today’s age when sub-contractors and vendors are no longer skilled “journeymen”, we strive to build homes of lasting value—to build “Classics”. It is difficult to balance quality with cost and time of construction to create homes that meet out homeowner’s dreams, timeline and budget. To quote, Brent Hull, historical millwork expert, in his book, Building a Timeless House in an Instant Age, “the houses we build define us as a country and by abandoning quality in favor or the instant home,
In the South we are fortunate to enjoy comfortable outdoor weather almost year round. Now, more and more, homeowners want an outdoor space that is just as well designed, comfortable and functional as their indoor space. As a result, new home designs are extending outside and typical indoor amenities, like entertainment sources, kitchens and lighting, are migrating outdoors as well.
One of the most popular outdoor features are fireplaces and fire pits. Warm and inviting, they extend the outdoor living season into the cooler months. Comfortable seating around these focal points, along with colorful throws, add visual dynamics and some snuggle to your outdoor gatherings.
When we think of the lowcountry, visions of sprawling oak trees, draped with Spanish moss, forming an archway above a country lane, flash through our mind. Romanticized in movies like Forrest Gump and Gone With the Wind, live oak trees are true icons of the South. But what do we really know about these majestic trees?
The Southern Live Oak tree, scientifically known as Quercus virginiana, is named “Live” because, unlike most oak trees, they are nearly evergreen. They replace their leaves quickly, within two weeks, and the leaves remain green year round.
Live oaks thrive in warm humid conditions and grow well in salty soils.
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Pawleys Island, SC–Georgetown County got its initial glimpse of the county’s first Southern Living Showcase Home this week as Classic introduced the River Run.
Located at 961 Tuckers Road in Litchfield Plantation, Pawleys Island, this Classic lowcountry home is located on a spacious lot nestled among oaks and near the area’s best golf courses and amenities.
Classic, a member of Southern Living’s prestigious custom builder program for over ten years,
Myrtle Beach, SC–Classic, led by Susan White and Berkley White of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has announced the area’s second Southern Living Custom Builder Showcase Home, the first for Georgetown County.
Located at 961 Tuckers Road in Litchfield Plantation, Pawleys Island, this Classic lowcountry home is located on a spacious lot nestled among the oaks and near the area’s best golf courses and amenities.
‘The River Run’, from Southern Living’s Classic Homes Collection, is adapted from a plan designed by renowned architect,