Living and Loving Edisto Island
Our daylily business is now CLOSED.
love plants and for 14 years it was our pleasure to share that love with
gardeners from across the country who visit us on beautiful Edisto
Unfortunately weeds - and in particular Florida Bettany - have made it increasingly difficult to keep our beds looking the way we believe you deserve to see them.
We continue to grow a variety of plants for our own pleasure and hope you will as well. Gardening is a joyful activity full of hope and beauty.
We are also active in helping to protect Edisto from over development. To learn more about our wonderful island visit the website of the Edisto Island Preservation Alliance.
Ann continues to be in her workshop almost daily creating
unique and absolutely one-of-a-kind gourd art. We encourage you to
And - in season - (usually late May through early July)
Blueberry season begins in late May and runs through at least the end of June.
While youíre here buying blueberries for your morning cereal or fresh baked pie please visit Annís craft workshop (we call it the playhouse) where she creates lovely art work from gourds we grow.
If you canít visit us in person we thank you for stopping by our
website. Feel free to e mail us if you have any questions.
If you canít visit us in person we thank you for stopping by our website. Feel free to e mail us if you have any questions.
Bud and Ann Skidmore
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