It IS easy being green in coastal South Carolina!

Beautiful greens ready for the RBC Heritage golf tournament in Hilton Head.

Coastal South Carolina is greening up with fresh shoots of spartina grass on Daufuskie, sprigs of resurrection vine at Harbor Town, amd waterfront greenery at Palmetto Bluff.  Not to mention the greens of Harbor Town Links ready for the RBC Heritage golf tournament.  It IS easy being green in South Carolina!

For more green, head over to this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: It IS Being Green. 

About Oh, the Places We See

Met at University of Tennessee, been married for 47 years, and still passionate about travel whether we're volunteering with Habitat Global Village, combining work at Discovery with pleasure, or just seeing the world. Hope you'll join us as we try to see it all while we can!
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9 Responses to It IS easy being green in coastal South Carolina!

  1. dawnkinster says:

    We saw a lot of green while we were ‘down south’ too..but now we’re back in Michigan. Spring is delaying it’s entry here. Typical.

    • But you know what? I’d love to see Michigan. Have been there only a couple of times, mostly for work. Spring will get there, and your flowers will look good all summer when ours have “the droops.”

  2. Green is of course the best. In fact can I win the challenge by simply being (Hilary Custance) Green?

  3. Beautiful, I love both North and South Carolina, and I haven’t seen an alligator for years, brought back lots of memories of Florida days!

    • If you ask me, the alligators at Hilton Head are kinda scary. They’re in the lagoons, on the golf courses, and in the forest preserves. I’ve never been close, but that may be because I want to keep my distance!

  4. Pingback: Easy Being Green: How Green Is My Valley? | What's (in) the picture?

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