Offshoots: October 2010
Sunday, October 31, 2010. Sustainable Agriculture in the Lowcountry. Last week, I had the privilege to teach a class of up-and-coming sustainable agriculture farmers and activists through the Lowcountry Local First/Trident Tech continuing education class. It was a treat for me- and made me feel like I was making a contribution to the community. So good. Growing New Farmers in the Lowcountry of SC. Thursday, October 28, 2010. Even though Rattlebox (. Aren't the seeds unbelievable? Introduced me to roasted...
Caley's Kitchen Garden - where humor meets potatoes. Hilarious observations with a surprising amount of solid plant growing knowledge! What To Plant In. Caley's Kitchen Garden TV. Thursday, October 2, 2014. These lettuces were planted about a month ago. Remember post about fall seed. 160; These were some of the same varieties that supported my garden center each fall and were sold wholesale as bedding plants in Charleston. If you bought watercress bedding plants from Abide-A-While. Links to this post.
Local Loves — Lowcountry Love Letters
Check back here every so often to see some of our favorite picks around the city we know and love. Family Day Outing (you might spot a black bear): Charles Towne Landing. Blooms for Sale (on my side of town): Hyams Garden Center. Sunday Market: Sunday Brunch Farmers Market. Children's Consignment Shop (since I'm a mom, now! Garden Center (on my side of town): A. Place to Cool Off: Cinebarre. Music Venue (because I love seated music venues, now): Charleston Music Hall.
Our Extended Family | Donaldson Law Firm
As long time Charlestonians, our family has roots all over the Lowcountry. Rob’s parents, Bobby and Suzanne Donaldson, founded Abide-a-While Nursery in the 1950s. Over the years, Abide-a-While has become the go-to garden center for landscape supplies and plant material in Mt. Pleasant. Today, the nursery is run by Rob’s brother, Bruce Donaldson and his wife Muffie. How to Find Us. 317 Wingo Way, Suite 305. Mt Pleasant, SC 29464. What People Are Saying. Carolina One Real Estate. Century 21 Properties Plus.
2015 Sponsors | The Garden Club of Charleston, SC
House and Garden Tour. 83th House and Garden Tour. The Garden Club of Charleston, SC. The Garden Club of Charleston would like to thank and ask your support of our local sponsors for 2015:. Handsome Properties, Inc. 53 Broad Street Charleston, SC 29401. 1460 Highway 17 North. Mount Pleasant, SC 29464. Joan H. Hazelton, Realtor. Handsome Properties, Inc. Charleston, SC 29401. Debbie Peretsman, Realtor. Handsome Properties, Inc. Charleston, SC. 29401. The Original Ms. Roses Fine Food and Cocktails. Private...
Anthropology of Lettuce
Caley's Kitchen Garden - where humor meets potatoes. Hilarious observations with a surprising amount of solid plant growing knowledge! What To Plant In. Caley's Kitchen Garden TV. Thursday, October 2, 2014. These lettuces were planted about a month ago. Remember post about fall seed. These were some of the same varieties that supported my garden center each fall and were sold wholesale as bedding plants in Charleston. If you bought watercress bedding plants from Abide-A-While. Have retail outlets. To...
Be Local!: November 2010
This blog is a product of Lowcountry Local First (LLF), an alliance based in North Charleston, South Carolina that educates the public on the importance of supporting local economies and encourages businesses and consumers to be environmentally sustainably and socially responsible. Wednesday, November 24, 2010. Charleston Crafts Upcoming Event! On the evening of December 3rd. Monday, November 15, 2010. Buy Local Month Begins! Is kicking off Buy Local Month. Check out the article in City Paper. Pages to f...
The Gathering — Life Resources
Thank you to everyone who helped make The Gathering such a success! Be sure to check out the sights and sounds from this year's event below. And don't forget to sign up for our periodical newsletter to learn more about The 2017 Gathering. If you would still like to donate to The Seeds of Life Fund, click the link below! Thank you for sowing seeds of hope! We are grateful for the generous support of our Board of Directors. And Sponsors who have helped make this event possible.