Pastel Pink, Lavender, Neon blues, and even Granny Gray has completely taken over 2015 hair trends.

This year's 10th Annual Wine + Food Festival was a celebration of Charleston's rich culinary history, its international notoriety, and its progressive future. Saltwater Chef was there to get a finger on the pulse of the festivities.

What's better than one Grit site? TWO! Fueled by serious bloggers and accomplished publishers, our neighbors to the north unveil their own, incredible version of Grit, and celebrated Asheville Style.

Is that Spring?! Revive your green thumb at the Carolina Yard Gardening School brought to you by Clemson Extension. Brush up on your skills in all things green with some impressive guest appearances.

Polar Vortex or not, it's time to wake up and smell the flowers. Joan McDonald and Charleston's Horticulture Society are giving you a chance to get your green thumb ready for Spring.

I've got 10 great ideas for the green thumbs on your list—we're talking garden totes made from up-cycled sails to South Carolina-made garden sculptures, plus details on a wreath market THIS Saturday

Tomorrow, come see the fantastic Magnolia-Sycamore Community Garden in West Ashley—get more growing know-how, get involved, and find out how to lease space in this new garden hot spot

I'm a major people watcher—and there was some serious watching to be done last night

Want to take a private tour of one of Charleston's loveliest backyard gardens and eat lunch there al fresco? Well here's your chance! ETV fans—you'll be especially interested in this sweet offer...

Spring's arrived just in time for this weekend's big event—The Charleston Horticultural Society's annual gardening expo. Read on for the scoop (like when you can learn to make the pallet on the left!)

Can you grow shiitake mushrooms? How about orchids? Herbs? Learn these how-tos plus many, many more at this CAN'T miss workshop coming to the Lowcountry March 16. Read on for how to register!

Hurry up and register! This Clemson Extension workshop fills up fast, but can be a lifesaver for anyone struggling with growing tomatoes. Plus, some January garden reminders...

Less watering, less weeding, and less expensive? Oh hi, hydroponics. Here's more about the growing technique (which is good for more than just harvesting pot), and an awesome shop on Meeting Street

Do you know which holiday your cactus likes to celebrate? Read on for the tools you need to decide if you should buy it some cranberry sauce, garland, or jelly beans

Now's the time to plant the cool-season veggies that'll get you through the winter. For a low maintenance, space-savvy place to plant 'em, install a raised bed. Here's how!

It's not a typical choice for a home garden, but after chatting with a pair of growers in Wagener Terrace, I'm thinking maybe it should be. Here's a rundown on the no-fuss, high-yield exotic fruit

In the latest installment of my Style Club series, meet Mike Grady. Here's his take on everything from jeans that make your butt look good and wardrobe malfunctions to The Zombie Survival Guide

Ripe with just-in-time growing tips and gorgeous photography, the Grit team found Joan's colorful, summer-ful post to be a standout source of weekend gardening (and eating!) inspiration

The Sun Golds that are as sweet as candy, San Marzanos for homemade sauce, a wacky heirloom, and how to get started on your fall crop

If you don't have Zucchetta Tromboncino in your garden yet, you should. Zucchetta Trombo-huh? A yummy summer squash you can enjoy year-round, see why you should plant this speedy grower soon