Lowcountry Weekly – How Does Your Garden Grow?
Published Articles by local Master Gardeners
Laura Lee Rose, Will Balk, Jr., Sandra Educate and Alice Massey
Let’s Build a Carolina Fence Garden Laura Lee Rose
Dreaming of Spring Will Balk, jr.
The Garden Party Sandra Educate
When is Winter Laura Lee Rose
The Conceptual Gardener Will Balk, Jr.
Mystery Plant Sandra Educate
Getting Plants Ready for Winter Laura Lee Rose
Something Special for the Gardener Will Balk, Jr.
Natives vs. Aliens Sandra Educate
Gingers Laura Lee Rose
The Long Hot Summer Sandra Educate
A Picture of Dorian Gray and Green Will Balk, Jr.
September in the Garden Laura Lee Rose
To Bee or Not to Bee Sandra Educate
Just Cut It Off Will Balk, Jr.
A Desk With a View Laura Lee Rose
Seeing the Garden with New Eyes Sandra Educate
The Pot Question Will Balk, Jr.
Joyful Alternatives Laura Lee Rose
You Gotta’ Know When to Hold ’em Sandra Educate
A Lazy Gardener Ponders Will Balk, Jr.
Not Just Pretty Laura Lee Rose
You Say To-ma-to I Say To-mah-to Sandra Educate
A Rolling Stone Will Balk, Jr.
What are Invasives and Why Do We Care? Laura Lee Rose
Grousing About a Grumpy Gardener Sandra Educate
Orchids in the Leaf Litter, Orchids in the Lawn Will Balk, Jr.
Plant Trees for a Beautiful Future Laura Lee Rose
Winter Blues and Blahs Sandra Educate
The Lazy Gardener Will Balk, Jr.
Winter Blues and Greens Laura Lee Rose
Smarty Plants Sandra Educate
Shady Characters Laura Lee Rose
Fall Planting Laura Lee Rose
And We Thought Kudzu Was Bad Sandra Educate
Fall Friends and Farewell Alice Massey
It’s Fig Season
- Bulbs for the South
- Bulb Sources
- Carolina Yards from Clemson.edu
- Container Water Gardens
- Citrus Websites for the Lowcountry
- Hydrangea Culture Information
- Hydrangea Species and Cultivar List
- Protecting Your Landscape from Freeze Damage
- Pruning Shrubs
- Pruning Shrubs II
- Preferred Trees in the Lowcountry
- Garden Esthetics
- Tackling Garden Pests Naturally
- Why Mulch??
- Garden Primer and Maps for Gardening in the South
- Identify Wildflowers
- Lowcountry Lawn Care 101-1
- Moon Gardens and Flowers that Release their Fragrance at Night
- Wood Ashes