Sea Island, Georgia, real estate has always been known as a great place to grow an array of vegetation. At one time, like the rest of the Golden Isles, it was dotted with plantations. Accordingly, the soil supported edible plants and flowers. The plantationsâ€™ gardens werenâ€™t the only areas former residents chose to plant vegetation.
In addition, the islandâ€™s resort area was known as the place to plant commemorative trees. Among the people who helped establish the islandâ€™s tree population were such notables as U.S. Presidents, First Ladies, Englandâ€™s Prime Ministers, Queens, Princes and playwrights.
You can read more about them in this press release provided last year. And did we mention that many of the islandâ€™s ornamental gardens have found their way on to the pages of magazines?
One publication thatâ€™s consistently featured the regionsâ€™ beautiful gardens is Golden Isles Magazine. Weâ€™d recommend taking a look, especially if purchasing Sea Island GA real estate large enough to plant a garden is on your 2017 to-do list. It will give you an idea of how many ways there are to create a coastal garden.
Itâ€™s also a good idea to check out the Cassina Garden Clubâ€™s monthly newsletter. Although based in nearby St. Simons, it covers issues that matter to Sea Island gardeners too. Plus, the garden club often holds events of interest to both homeowners and renters.
For example, there are usually seasonal garden walks, parties and farm-to-table style dinners offered throughout the year. Most tend to occur from late January until the first frost. So if youâ€™re coming to tour Sea Island real estate in 2017, you might want to try to attend one of them.
To learn more about properties with enough land available for gardening, please contact Deloach Sothebyâ€™s International Realty today. We can set up open house tours and more for anyone thatâ€™s interested in making the Golden Isles home.