/ by Tessa Pinner In terms of gardens, we tend to say that they should have “good bones,” and those bones often come in two basic forms. The first are large, gracious trees, the kind that someone a few decades...
/ story and photography by Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke   John Loeke and I are mad for Italian produce. Simply potty. And we don’t mean radicchio from Publix or arugula from Harris Teeter, but rather Italian fruit and veggie...
/ by Lynn Greenlaw / photography by Firewater Photography The Home Builders Association of Greenville was founded 51 years ago. At that point in time, textile manufacturing was the dominant industry, the typical house averaged 1200 square feet and the...
/ by Jonathan Ammons / photography by Eli Warren Coriandrum sativum is one of the few herbs that also produces a spice. In most of the world, coriander refers to the seeds, the stems or the leaves of the plant....
/ Illustrated by Alicia Waller of Printed Water Flowering herbs may be the missing piece to achieve raised beds that are lush and tapestried. They add in-between dimension and, when allowed to go to flower, attract pollinators galore. Unlike planned landscapes that...
by Lynn Greenlaw photography by Toni Bouton Jerah Sowinski, a marriage and family therapist, and Daniel York, a personal trainer, high school baseball coach and a commercial real estate development associate, met (to no one’s surprise) at the gym. After a...
/ by Staff / Simplicity in form and function  are blazing a trail for beautifully made gardening accoutrements. From plant markers to hand rakes, let's use what the pros use.  Top manufacturers also offer  equipment made specifically for  the home...
/ by Brendan Blowers  / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios The purpose of a garden, according  to the Roman lawyer Pliny the Younger, was for seclusion, serenity, and relaxation. The mature garden of Sonia Col and Linda Derector checks all of ...
/ by Jeffrey Dooley  / photograph by Inspiro 8 Studios Succulents have become incredibly popular these last few years. With the explosion of social media and designers integrating them into their work, they have now become very common to collect...
/ by Julia Sibley-Jones I yearn for the smell and feel of turned earth. I eavesdrop gardening  blogs and daydream about English cottage gardens. I crave the crunch  of a fresh salad. It’s time to plant. Lettuce is one of the...