The outside of your home is just as important as the inside. If you don’t feel at peace in your own garden, it might be time to redesign.
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We Know Florida soil
Gardening can be a hassle, so let the experts do it for you. We know what can grow and thrive in our Florida soil better than anyone. Your garden is a focal point for any landscape. It provides life, beauty, and value to your home. We want to be sure it will look the best it can be. By providing expert advice on plant types, soil health, and garden design layouts, we can grow your garden together.
A Variety of Garden Designs
A native garden creates a scenery composed of all the best plants Florida has to offer. This option supports your local environment. If you are also lacking a green thumb, this option might be better for you as plants are most likely to grow in their native soil. Also due to Florida’s natural warm and sunny weather, our native plants are more drought tolerant, meaning you won’t need to stress if you forgot to water them.
Design your own:
(And) Not Just Beautiful…
But your garden design can be functional too. A garden can be a social setting to entertain guests or host cookouts. It can also be a playground for your kids and pets. Or a garden can be that safe space you relax in after a long day of work, with a cool drink in your hand and a smile on your face. Our job is to ensure that your garden’s layout is suited to your needs, so all you have to do is enjoy the beauty of your surroundings.
Here’s How it Works
We use the best materials, expert care, and the right soil for your specific garden needs to ensure a bountiful harvest and blooming plants.
After your garden is complete, we walk you through to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.
With our lawn maintenance and property cleanup services, we will make sure your garden looks its best 24/7.
Design Elements to Consider
To get you started on your garden’s journey, here are some design elements to consider when planning the layout of your garden:
Raised Garden Beds:
Consider Your Materials:
Garden design offers a wide range of materials for one to choose from. You could keep it classic with stone, wood or metal, or you could want a mix of all three. Or maybe you want to experiment with other materials like shells, terra cotta, tiles, or recycled plastic for your own unique garden. Whatever your design preference is, knowing your material preference will help create a cohesive design for your garden.
Consider the benefits of adding structure like trellises or pergolas or gazebos. Trellises will give you room to section off your plants. It gives them space to grow while also creating an illusion of “living walls.” Gazebos can provide a romantic space for you to relax while immersed in nature. It provides shade while still keeping you connected. Pergolas offer the best of both worlds, as it offers a place for both you and your plants.
Pathways, Hedges, and Fences
Creating a layout to your garden can give it a sense of order. Fences and hedges add privacy and borders. While a pathway can provide sectioning for your plants and guidance through your garden without compromising design. Whether you choose all three, or only one, giving the eye a line to follow will help shape your garden.
Create the sound of a babbling brook or a gentle waterfall with a water feature to add some sensory experience in your garden. Fountains, streams, waterfalls, or other water elements give your garden a peaceful atmosphere and a calming view for the eye. But it’s not only good for you, but wildlife too. If you’re a nature lover, add a water feature to attract local birds and other fauna to your door.
Your Home Outdoors
Your garden is an extension of your home. When you step into it you should feel relaxed, refreshed, and restored. With the temperate climate of Florida, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have a living area outside. Create your oasis space today.
Patio or Porch
An outdoor space can be a perfect hub for social gathering to enjoy the garden you’ve created. Patios and porches can be the building spot for your outdoor living room. Add a porch swing for a place to relax and unwind. Add a grill to cook and host barbecues. Add a fireplace or firepit to keep you and your guests warm on colder nights or to roast marshmallows.A patio or porch can also be a great place to house potted plants and other plants that require more diligent attention, like a herb garden. The possibilities are endless.