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

Behind the garden gate Charleston, SC.  Yes, this is what I'd like our garden to look like.

Behind the garden gate Charleston, SC. Gardens are a famous landmark of Charleston. Glimpse over a Charleston brick garden wall or through a gate to see a breathtaking garden beyond.

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.

A clipped edge of boxwood frames the garden beds and lawn in this brick walled landscape.

A clipped edge of boxwood frames the garden beds and lawn in this brick walled landscape in our castle courtyard.

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

Historic Charleston, South Carolina √

Armchair travelers can visit Charleston through the delightful garden cum memoir “Mrs. Whaley's Charleston Garden” by Emily Whaley.

Emily Whaley's garden in Charleston. Her book is good too. Shows what you can do with a relatively small city yard. More

Southern Entertaining Inspiration: At Home~Charleston

Emily Whaley’s Garden, Charleston, South Carolina. Designed by Loutrel Briggs in 1940 and tended faithfully for almost 50 years by Emily Whaley, the garden is small and secluded in Charleston’s historic district

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

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