Sea Island Savory Herbs is a nursery wonderland where you can find all manner of aromatic and medicinal herbs, edible flowers, vegetable starts, shade-lovers, and ornamental plants like cactus, kaffir lime, and three-foot ginger. It’s a great place to spend your Saturday picking out some vegetable starts for your garden. Sea Island Savory took over for Pete’s Herbs almost four years ago, and the essence still lingers. Sea Island Savory is now under the ownership of Danielle Spies and Ella Cowen, who continue to offer upward of 10 varieties of rosemary, lavender, thyme, and mint, and they have a proliferation of topiaries, succulents ($6-$150) and living wreaths ($80-$200). You’ll find them at the Mt. Pleasant and downtown farmers markets. They also do business with restaurants like McCrady’s and supply stores like Hyam’s.