Liza Sisler

Liza Sisler

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Charleston’s 5 Iconic Plants | Many of our best-loved plants first entered the South through Charleston. Here’s the fascinating story of how they got to the region's garden gateway and then to your backyard.

Charleston’s 5 Iconic Plants | Many of our best-loved plants first entered the South through Charleston. Here’s the fascinating story of how they got to the region's garden gateway and then to your backyard.

Evergreen shrubs don't disappoint. Add them to your landscape for vibrant flowers, leaves and stems every season.

Thriving in acidic soil conditions, mountain laurel —also called calico bush—has glossy, dark green leaves that stay on the plant year-round. From late spring to midsummer, bowl- or cup-shaped pink to white flowers explode in large clusters.

Evergreen shrubs don't disappoint. Add them to your landscape for vibrant flowers, leaves and stems every season.

With their dark, glossy leaves, bright white flowers and incredible smell, gardenias have an almost legendary reputation in Southern gardens. Image courtesy of HGTVGardens community member Stephany Walton Bryant

Evergreen shrubs don't disappoint. Add them to your landscape for vibrant flowers, leaves and stems every season.

List of year-round color plants. Add them to your landscape for vibrant flowers, leaves and stems every season.

Evergreen shrubs don't disappoint. Add them to your landscape for vibrant flowers, leaves and stems every season.

Evergreen Shrubs for Year-Long Color: An upright shrub, the spurge is a striking architectural feature plant. It flowers in spring and early summer and is a great evergreen for zones that experience mild winters.

Evergreen shrubs don't disappoint. Add them to your landscape for vibrant flowers, leaves and stems every season.

Japanese Mock-Orange Pittosporum tobira is a dense, rounded evergreen shrub or small tree. Foliage is glossy, dark with lighter undersides.

Turn your home office into a guest room with a hide-away Murphy bed. The bed stows against the wall in its custom frame when not in use, and when company comes you simply pop it open and it’s ready for guests! The side storage is perfect for bedside reading and the clean décor will fit with your home office, without sacrificing any precious space.

Turn your home office into a guest room with a hide-away Murphy bed; the bed stows against the wall in its custom frame when not in use & when company comes you simply pop it open.

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Feeling guilty for "taking" a bedroom for my office! This is amazing. i can see using this idea for the Hatteras House! The adage that "necessity is the mother of invention" clearly holds true in the invention of the Murphy Bed.

The ultimate in comfort. This bed features bi-fold bookcase doors which fold out of the way when it’s time for bed – a perfect addition to any room.

Guest Room Murphy Bed This bed features bi-fold bookcase doors which fold out of the way when it’s time for bed – a perfect addition to any room.

A Brief History of the Crepe Myrtle Many of our best-loved plants first entered the South in Charleston. Here’s the fascinating story of the azalea got through the region's garden gateway and to your backyard.

Crape myrtle (or crepe myrtle as it's spelled around here) - Southern Gardening: Charleston's 5 Iconic Plants - Southern Living