The Fruitlands Collection
Our Fruitlands Collection will remind you of blossoming azaleas, fresh Georgia Peaches, juniper & dogwood trees and early April traditions.
Fruitlands Collection Drop
In the early 1930’s, Jones & Roberts set out to find a piece of property that fit their vision of building a world-class golf course and tournament. They stumbled upon the abandoned Fruitland Nurseries on the edge of August, Georgia. It was once one of the best nurseries in the country, filled with azaleas, dogwoods, magnolias, peach trees and more.
To this day, many of the plants found on property are descendants of the Fruitland Nurseries.
Our Fruitlands Collection will remind you of blossoming azaleas, fresh Georgia Peaches, and early April traditions.
Here's to the smell of blooming Azaleas every April, one of our favorite Georgia-inspired traditions.
Many say the Fruitland Nurseries made Georgia famous for its sweet Georgia Peaches.
Early April Traditions
White Caddie jumpsuits, blooming azaleas, blossoming dogwood and juniper trees, fresh Georgia peaches and Patron-lined fairways.