Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, located in Gulfport, Harrison County, Mississippi has served the needs of community and area residents for years, offering a variety of burial services and options, plots, and final resting places in a variety of settings.
The sprawling grounds of the cemetery offer views of rolling, sprawling lawns, curving pathways, accented with stately and ancient oaks, offering shade and shelter for visitors and loved ones to the grounds. Staff at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens are dedicated to providing a peaceful environment for individuals grieving the loss of friends, family, and acquaintances.
For over two decades, the property of Floral Hills Memorial Cemetery, now known as Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, has served the needs of area founders, politicians, and generations of residents. Gulfport, Mississippi has bred and raised a variety of famous individuals, including World War Two Congressional Medal Of Honor recipient James Diamond, R&B Doo-Wop musician Sollie McElroy, and a variety of congressmen proud of their community and the dignity, compassion, and loyalty of its residents.
While staff members at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens are limited to under a dozen, employees offer a variety of compassionate services and support for grieving family members and loved ones. Groundskeepers take obvious pride in their ability to maintain the beauty of the property, which is graced with a variety of trees, shrubs and colorful flowers year round.
Located just minutes from the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, Floral Hills Memorial Gardens is within close proximity to Mullet and Big Lakes and the Gulf Coast to the south. Travelers may access the cemetery grounds via interstate 10, or use Beach Boulevard (State Route 90 with a turnoff on Cowan or Lorraine Road, approaching the cemetery via Sundown Circle or E. 's Taylor Road with a turnoff on Carl Legett Road to access the sprawling acres of the property.