The Daily South

The 8 Times a Myrtle Beach Menu was All of Us

The summer is coming to an unofficial close soon, which means the fall season is upon us. In Myrtle Beach, we’re rejoicing because us locals know September and October only as “the greatest time of year.” The weather is still beautiful, ocean waters are warm, the beaches are lovely, and, for our visitors, accommodations are even more affordable. Fall also […]

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Win An Advanced Copy of the Recipe Revival Cookbook

As any Southerner knows, food is a huge part of who we are and what we do at Southern Living. Food joins us together for dinner on Sundays, brings neighbors to our front porches for summer evenings, and gives us the chance to pass on our family traditions and legacies from generation to generation. Recipe Revival, the newest cookbook from Oxmoor House, celebrates […]

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What’s Wrong With My Hydrangea?

French hydrangeas may be water hogs, but extended periods of wet weather can cause them big problems. Suddenly, their pristine leaves become spotted, scorched, and dusted with powder. People in the South have every right to panic, but instead they wisely call on me to diagnose the ailments and provide solutions. Once again, Grumpy delivers.

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Find Sophisticated Charm in Little Rock

If Little Rock, Arkansas wasn’t already on your Southern bucket list, you should go ahead and mark this town down on your list of places to visit (even if your only reason is to stay at this treasured classic featured above!). The moment you pull up to the Capital Hotel, you’re immediately greeted with an old-world charm steeped in local […]

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DIY Airplant and Hydrangea Arrangement

I absolutely love the look and feel that air plants add to a home, especially given that they’re low-maintenance plants. Today I’m sharing a DIY video on how to assemble a unique air plant arrangement with the help of The Vine Garden Market. These tropical plants thrive in a warm environment where they’re exposed to plenty of air and regular moisture. […]

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Say Hi To Joe-Pye

  Confess. One look at this plant makes you desperately desire it for your garden. Would you still lust for it if you knew its true common name ends with the word “weed?” The mere possibility of that made Grumpy erase the word from the headline. That’s because you need a stately, native plant that butterflies crave and makes onlookers […]

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Win Two VIP Passes to Pilgrimage Music & Culture Festival in Franklin, TN.

We are counting down the days until one of the South’s new hottest music festivals in Franklin, TN. Pilgrimage Music & Culture Festival is a family-friendly event located on The Park at Harlinsdale Farm and is one that you will not want to miss. Artists such as Jason Isbell, Beck, and Kacey Musgraves are just a few of the acts […]

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Virginia’s Magical Garden: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

Sponsored Advertising Content: Southern Living has partnered with Virginia.org to form a guest blogger network. Today’s post is provided by guest blogger Janie Medley of The Bride’s Café. Check back every Monday and Thursday for new ways to explore the state of Virginia. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is one of the Nation’s best botanical gardens and one of the most-visited in Virginia. I am […]

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Asheville’s Buxton Hall Blends Old & New

It doesn’t take long to figure out that Elliott Moss is cooking with all wood at Buxton Hall Bar-B-Que. You can see the blazing fire rendering oak down to coals right there in a big metal pit behind the counter. He and his team shovel the coals from that fire directly beneath the whole hogs in two adjoining metal-lidded pits. […]

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Live from Music City!

As you may have heard, we’re headed to Nashville over Labor Day weekend in celebration of our 50th Anniversary! We editors are piling into a few cars and hitting I-65 straight for Nashville. We’ve spent the past year planning this weekend and I can guarantee you we’re pulling out all of the stops. Alongside our friends at Visit Music City, […]

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