We are proud of our work and want to show it! Here are some of our favorite projects and demonstrations of our capabilities.
Sometimes people fall behind on keeping a foodscape manicured. We are here to help you get back on track. We want you to enjoy your foodscape, not be overwhelmed by it. That's exactly what we did for this client.
Native Butterfly Garden in City Park
We were asked to help freshen the appearance of a city park in Debary, FL. It had originally been planted to be a butterfly friendly garden. The plants had originally been donated by a local nursery. Recently, the garden had been struggling so we came to help rejuvenate its appearance. All the new plants are loved by pollinators and so easy to take care of.
Florida Native Pollinator Garden
We took a backyard that was already showing promise as a beautiful butterfly garden and transformed it into a FL native butterfly sanctuary. By planting a variety of nectar sources, host plants, grasses, and shrubs this garden now attracts around 30 different species of butterflies!
Florida Native Rain Garden
We love it when people want to go native! We were able to incorporate a bunch of natives into a rain garden at this Winter Park home.
Mulch Touch Up and Beautification
We don't always get to help with the plants, but we will help with any of your gardening needs. This client did all the planting himself but needed some help mulching afterwards.
Gravel pathways can really add beautiful texture to your landscape. Although rock and gravel are a more expensive pathway option, they will outlast the investment.
Planted a Small Hedge and Added In Mulch
Sometimes the front yard just needs a touch up to really rejuvenate it's appearance. New mulch always helps it pop!
Butterfly Garden in the Shade
Growing gardens in mostly shade presents a challenge. But we were ready to help push some limits.
Large Pollinator Garden
In an open field, we were asked to build a garden that would attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. We did just that! Approx 2,000 sq ft of 90% Florida native wildflowers. We also included host plants for specific butterfly species. It took less than 1 week to see their first caterpillars!
From Pond to Plants
This client had a pond that took up much of his backyard that was requiring too much work to maintain. After removing all the water, rocks, and liner we installed fill dirt followed by rich top soil where the pond once was. Next we installed Florida Friendly plants and mulched per the client's request. Lastly, we touched up the gravel pathways and even created a new one in the side yard.
A gorgeous property on the St John's River need a little touch up. In order to help the river bank with erosion, plants needed to be carefully removed or cut back. All Florida native plants were left untouched. Later, we came back and installed various native plants such as dune sunflower, elderberry, pickerelweed, yellow canna, spider lily, porterweed, and muhly grass.