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Mary Ola Reynolds Miller Palm Preserve

 Over 70 native palm trees grow on this little oasis of greenery in the midst of downtown Panama City.  Nestled between buildings and city streets, it is also important for storm water retention in the area.  The Palm Preserve consists of 1/3 acre and was a gift from Mrs. Miller in 2002.  It is located on Beach Drive, one block to the west of Harrison Avenue.  Native plants have been established as a wildlife garden and a picnic table and bench were installed for public use.  In 2016, local artist Jane Perry painted a wall mural on the outside of the building bordering the preserve, greatly adding to its appeal.

BCC volunteers have steadily been adding native plants to the Palm Preserve. Stop by and see what's new! 







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