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It's the Season of Change

Welcome to Max's Everlasting Garden, a spin-off from our sister site, Max's Herb Farm. Our focus here is on producing dried lavender bundles, DIY wedding flowers and dried floral.

You can read more about our sustainability practices and our mission, here.

If you want to be kept in the loop on our changes, sign up below and be ready for a wild new ride!

(Don't worry - we won't send you spam.  Spam is like digital weeds and nobody likes weeds!)

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Image by Noah Buscher

Change is coming.  Good has to. 

Either we change the way we live, the way we communicate, the way we treat each other and the way we treat the planet, or we perish as a civilized species. 


But, what can one person do? Plenty. 


It's not about one person changing the world, it's about one person changing the choices they make.  Then another person changes..... and another.... 

Ask yourself what you can do to change your own impact on the planet. Tiny, incremental changes add up to big improvements over time. Will you support local businesses instead of opting for the convenience of getting a big box delivery?? Grow your own food or visit your local farmer's market? Commit one random act of kindness every day? Every little bit helps. For more ideas, join our email list, above.

Living in Harmony with Nature

About Us

Welcome to Max's Everlasting Garden,

an educational & cut specialty flower producer

located in southern Rhode Island.

The gardens are run by us: Mark & Laurie Charpentier, two corporate drop-outs turned unlikely flower growers.  

Our unique story can be found here.

From Alzheimer Gardens to Children's Faerie Gardens and everything in between!  This section will inspire and educate you on the importance of intent when planning your garden.

Beautiful Wedding Bouquet

Gardens, plants and flowers play an

important role in the events of our lives.

Weddings, births, parties, special occasions and deaths all use flowers to help us express our emotions. This section explores our human connection to nature and the roles that flowers play.

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