A Lutyens-style bench is flanked by graceful urns before brick-and-stucco walls - Traditional Home®  Photo: Brie Williams

"In the period “Charleston garden,” a Lutyens-style bench is flanked by graceful urns. Enclosed with brick-and-stucco walls, the garden is a tranquil place to entertain. " Gorgeous Formal Charleston Garden - Traditional Home

Integrating heirloom shrubs into this Charleston garden preserves the past and makes way for new growth.

A Classic Charleston Garden Focused on Shrubs and Trees

A beautiful combination of old growth and newer plantings, this Charleston garden toured by HGTV Gardens features azaleas, hydrangea, lavender, camellias and ferns.

Gardens of Charleston | The Ace Of Space Blog

Gardens of Charleston

A little trip to a true southern gem of the south-Charleston, and it& charming labyrinth of courtyard gardens.

hueandeyephotography: “Arched Doorway, Charleston, SC © Doug Hickok All Rights Reserved hue and eye the peacock’s hiccup ”

hueandeyephotography: “ Arched Doorway, Charleston, SC © Doug Hickok All Rights Reserved hue and eye the peacock’s hiccup ”

In the Studio: In the Garden-heat ma'am!

courtyard with plant covered walls and wall fountain (though I’d like mine with water coming out of it rather than plants I think!

Noisette Rose    These roses were named for Philippe Noisette, a French nurseryman in Charleston in the early 1800s. The blooms resulted from crosses made by Charleston landowner John Champneys between ‘Old Blush’ China rose (Rosa chinensis) and musk rose (R. moschata). Unlike many old European roses that bloom only in spring, these fragrant shrubs and arching climbers bloom repeatedly from spring through fall. Today, you’ll find the South’s own class of rose blooming around Charleston at…

Iconic Charleston Plants

Rose Covered Gate - Choose the Perfect Garden Gate - Southern Living

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