The concept of Magnolia Walk was born from the emphasis on walkability and connecting residents with the amenities through a series of greenbelts and garden parks. The neo-traditional neighborhood within the community of Tradition Hilton Head provides the opportunity for every resident to live within a five minute walk to at least one park or garden. Many of the homesites back up to Mews Gardens which are 50' wide corridors of natural areas and pedestrian passageways. Among the many parks provided in the Master Plan, this park adopted the theme of a Lowcountry Arboretum with groves of native trees, a Wetland Nature Park which provides access to one of the area’s protected wetlands, a Sabal Grove of native palmetto surrounding a fire-pit/oyster-cooker, a Four Seasons, Rose and Fragrance Gardens along with water fountains and a cascading runnel of water providing “acoustical perfume” for walkers passing by. Also included was a sculpture garden where busts of important people would be displayed and a central maize created by high hedges and a central tower/overlook to reward those who reached the center. Each garden reflects slightly different aspects of neighborhood life.