Good grief! I feel like we're in Seattle with all these super dreary, rainy days, not the gorgeous Lowcountry of sunny South Carolina. If you're like me, you're going stir crazy being cooped up inside, and you're itching for better weather so you can start planting your seasonal color. Well, you're not alone. I'm going nuts, too. I can't wait for this awful weather pattern to break so we can get back outside and liven things up. Until this bad weather breaks, I've got to stay busy. I've been spending most of my time dreaming up new designs that I will implement once the time is right. This is actually a GREAT time to plan new flower beds and plan for refurbishing existing beds. So until Chief Meteorologist Rob Fowler tells me the dreary days are over, I'll be dreaming of ways to beautify the outdoors.
Did We Move to Seattle Or What?
Hi. I'm Johanna Rokes and design is my 'thing.' Using flowers and plants to create spectacular designs is really my favorite thing. In my blog, I'll talk about all sorts of things related to plants, trees, grasses and flowers, especially in the Low Country of SC. I'll discuss trends in landscaping. I'll bring in experts to discuss things that people ask about frequently that are outside of my area of expertise. My hope is to leave each reader of my blog more informed than they were. My teammates and I aim to educate you about landscaping in the Low Country. Welcome to my blog, A Low Country Landscape.