Lexington County Farm-City

to strengthen the understanding of farm-city connections that provide food, fiber, and shelter.

SC Ornamental Horticulture, Floriculture, & Nursery


The greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture industry accounts for over $300 million in annual cash receipts and ranks as South Carolina's 3rd largest agricultural industry.

The state's ornamental horticulture, nursery, and floriculture industry covers the state's gardens with color and beauty year round. 

Acre by acre or patch by patch, it's the backyard gardens that really beautify our state.

Gardening is America's number one pastime and it's an all-time favorite outdoor activity for South Carolinians.

The Certified South Carolina Grown program helps make it easier to know that the product you purchase is actually grown in our state.

Whether it is tee time on the golf course or tea time on the porch to study over the landscaping plan, be aware that South Carolina grown products add value to our state's wholesome appeal and to our economy. 

A visit to Wingard’s Garden Center is a destination. You can get your plants, flowers and all your garden needs as well as fresh, local products and produce.



Lexington County Farm-City

Sponsors 2015

Clayton Rawl Farms, Inc.

Lexington County Farm Bureau

Lexington School District I Center for Advanced Agribusiness Research, Pelion

Lexington Soil and Water Conservation District

MCEC

Price's Country Store

Roof's Basket Works, Inc.

Sandhills Young Farmer & Agribusiness Chapter

SCE&G

South State Bank

W. P. Law, Inc.

W. P. Rawl & Sons, Inc.

Wingard's Nursery & Garden Center