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Our Easy Spring Gardening Checklist

Tuesday, April 13th, 2021

We have a lot of different shrubs, plants, and trees that require some extra care come springtime so we want to share what our spring gardening checklist looks like. No matter if your garden is filled with flowers, magnolia trees, or gardenias, you’ll have a better idea of what you need to get done in your garden this spring.


The Incredible Symbolism of The Magnolia Tree

Monday, March 22nd, 2021

We believe that taking care of the environment is the best way to give back to these incredible trees. But, as it turns out, magnolia trees have been giving to cultures around the world for centuries. Keep reading to learn the meaning of the magnolia tree around the world.


Behind-the-Scenes of Our Water Recycling System and How You Can Save Water in Your Home & Garden

Friday, March 12th, 2021

Did you know that each American uses about 88 gallons of water per day? That might seem like a lot but all of the water used to wash our clothes, our laundry, and ourselves really does add up faster that you might think. As a farm, we know that we have to use more water […]


A Perfect Gift for Every Occasion

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

Choosing the right gift for someone isn’t always the easiest task. But if that special person in your life loves interior decorating with plants or gardening or just loves greenery and nature, one of our gift trees could be the perfect gift for them. Whether it’s our Southern Magnolia Memorial Gift Tree or our Birthday […]


How To Protect Your Magnolia Trees During the Winter

Monday, February 1st, 2021

If you’ve been following us on Facebook or Instagram, you might’ve seen a recent video sharing how we prepare our wreaths every winter for the fall. Hundreds of fresh wreaths are placed in our barn to dry out so that they can be decorated for our fall collection. Some of these wreaths will be decorated […]


9 Science-Backed Benefits of Having Plants Indoors

Friday, January 22nd, 2021

When you’re a little kid the last thing you want to do is pull weeds, but when my mother was younger, it was her chore every week to fill up a bucket with weeds. Every Saturday morning, her parents would give her a big bucket and she had to fill the whole thing before she […]


How to Keep Your Live Wreaths Fresh For Longer

Wednesday, December 16th, 2020

There are a lot of benefits to getting a live wreath for your holiday decorations. The sharp, sweet, and refreshing smell of fresh wreaths decorated with pine, spruce, and fir tree branches will add the Christmas spirit to any home. Magnolia wreaths, as well as other fresh wreaths, will add a bright green pop and […]


Create a Container Garden in 3 Easy Steps

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020

You can still build a beautiful garden in planters, steel tubs, decorative boxes, and clay pots, otherwise known as container gardening, without the same time and effort as a full garden. Container gardening is ideal for beginner gardeners, those with little to no garden space, and anyone looking to add a wow factor to their existing garden.


Meet The Magnolia Tree

Thursday, March 28th, 2019

Growing up in a small undeveloped coastal community of Ormond By The Sea, I remember playing in the seaside maritime hammocks next to the ocean. This natural world allured me and when our small gang of friends weren’t surfing or fishing you would always find us exploring these wild places. It felt like only us […]


The Fig Tree’s Bounty

Friday, August 31st, 2018

Watching our fig trees grow in the summer is a true clock from Mother Nature that never quits…no batteries or electricity required!!! If I never looked at a calendar during the year I would automatically know the time of year by watching this beautiful and verdant tree… it never fails to remind us what season […]