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

Taking an early moring stroll to explore the beauty and elegance of this well-designed city park, located in the ever-so-charming, older section of a town that proudly honors its deeply-southern roots.

Gardens of South Carolina

Beaufort, SC - Taking an early moring stroll to explore the beauty and elegance of this well-designed city park, located in the ever-so-charming, older section of a town that proudly honors its deeply-southern roots.

great textures! love the topical plants. no grade changes in your garden.

Beautiful tropical textures in Charleston landscaping, particularly along that brick lined cobblestone path.

Courtyard for summer evenings -- Madison jasmine can easily  take over a wall, as this photo from Dargan Landscape Architects shows:Still Waters--Notes from a Virginia Shire: May 2013

what flowering vines are best for your zone, gardening, landscape, outdoor living, Confederate Jasmine via Dargan Landscape Architects

Our fountain is a reproduction of an antique. Each lightweight and weather resistant piece is cast from a mixture of sand and stone that has been reinforced with fiberglass. The surface is then sandblasted and treated to create the moss finish. Variations in color will occur. Made in the USA, the fountain may be left outdoors indefinitely. Pump included.

Statue fountain combination, reminds me of a French garden. Have a wall fountain in my front yard.

Charleston Gardens

Charleston 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

Love the look of this - could have been here forever! reclaimed brick & boxwood hedge

Nice brick -Charleston Garden Style - old Charleston reclaimed brick, boxwood hedge

Sago palms small sago palms in courtyard... spanish fountain... may do Pigmy's instead... who knows!

Charleston South Carolina Courtyard

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