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March In Bloom

January/February  |  March  |  April  |  May  |  June  |  July  
August  |  September  |  October  |  November/December

Amaryllis
Bedding Plants
Bradford Pears
Bridal Wreath Spirea
Camellia Japonica
Carolina Jessamine
Cherokee Rose
Daffodils
Dutch Iris
Flowering Quince
Formosa Azaleas
Forsythia
Japanese Flowering Cherry
Japanese Flowering Peach
Japanese Magnolias
Lady Banks Rose
Loropetelum
Native Azaleas
Pearl Bush
Poppies
Red Buds
Rhododendron
Roses
Snapdragons
Snowball Viburnum
Sweet Bay Magnolias
Tea Olives
Vinca
Wisteria

 

Always In Bloom

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Romantic-Style Gardens

Magnolia is the last large scale Romantic Gardens left in the United States. The Romantic Garden movement has its roots in the industrial revolution in Europe, and is tied directly to the empowerment of the common man. When he went to work in the factories, he wanted to design gardens that would help him forget the dreary life offered during the workday. A good definition of a romantic garden is an "Extravagant Liar". Truly, this is what a romantic garden is designed to do, to "lie" you into forgetting the normality of everyday life. Romantic Gardens are designed to take the viewer to a place where emotion takes precedent over reason. Surprise awaits around every corner. Form, balance and symmetry are thrown to the wind and these gardens are designed to appeal directly to the soul.

We hope that you come and visit us so that you can experience how one family's vision of creating order and beauty in an untamed new world has evolved over the centuries into the magnificent sprawling gardens that the public can enjoy today.