Well-known for its rows of greenhouses and family-owned nurseries, Apopka, Florida is considered the indoor foliage capital of the world and is responsible for producing over 60 percent of the world's foliage. With such a recognized reputation, Apopka
— as one might expect — is picturesque at every turn.
Covering over 30 square miles in beautiful Central Florida, Apopka is home to more than 45,000 residents, and embodies modern sophistication and old-world charm. Rich with the timeless traditions of small-town life, five buildings in Apopka have been
placed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and many long-established buildings are methodically intertwined with other modern and sophisticated businesses for residents to enjoy.
The Apopka community places a strong emphasis on the well being of the children being raised in the area, and has a dedicated family learning center whose mission is to create a unique educational environment for a lifetime of learning for both children
and parents. This, coupled with its highly regarded public school system creates an environment for students to flourish in.
In 2012, Forbes magazine named Apopka one of the friendliest towns in America. Maybe it’s time you discovered why.