Daily Archives: April 24th, 2022

All the pretty flowers!

The KOA we stayed at in North Charleston was kind of old and worn out, and it was pretty far from all the fun stuff in Charleston proper. But these flowers made all the difference. Sometimes beauty is right in front of your face. I admired these flowers individually every morning on my way to …

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Plant-life in the Lowcountry

Live Oaks: Unlike regular oaks, live oaks are (mostly) evergreen, meaning, they drop their leaves all year long instead of just in the Fall. They can live more than 200 years. Although the Angel Oak, which is a tourist attraction on James Island, is thought to be more than 400 years old! Spanish Moss: (above …

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