Coastal Curation The Lowcountry is a great place to garden, with the spring and early summer bringing bumper crops of strawberries, okra, peaches, peppers, cucumbers, Vidalia onions, and more. Chances are, if you are here on vacation, you’re going to spend more time digging in the sand than digging in the dirt. That’s where we come in. Frequent visits to all the Farmer’s Markets guarantee that our Welcome Amenities are bursting with freshness from freshly baked bread, to juicy peaches and strawberries (perfect with our Sangria starter), to a signature of the south, pimento cheese (a fun surprise waiting in your fridge) and everything in between. Also, if you are looking for an adventure away from the beach…the markets make a fun day trip as well. Tuesdays mean it’s time for the Hilton Head Market at the Coastal Discovery Museum (coastaldiscovery.org), while you are there check out the latest museum exhibit, the butterfly enclosure, or the kid’s lab. The Bluffton Market is in Old Town every Thursday (farmersmarketbluffton.org) a great way to see a bit of Bluffton history while shopping for tasty treats.