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A “hedge” is a wall composed of plants. Some are purely decorative, while others serve primarily a practical function. Hedge plants used decoratively are often trimmed to precise sizes and shapes and include evergreen and decidous shrubs. Such shrubs may also serve the practical function of affording a property some security. We carry a wide variety of hedges that will fit any of your landscape needs.
There are numerous types of landscaping shrubs. They can range in size from the smaller forms on up to the larger tree-like varieties. There are evergreen shrubs, which retain their color and leaves year round, and there are deciduous, which eventually lose their foliage after putting on a colorful fall show. Shrubs have many uses within the landscape such as foundation plantings, privacy hedges, and specimen plants. They can be used as backdrops, to define garden beds, and to simply add seasonal interest. Foliage differs from plant to plant, so look for foliage colors that will create a pleasing visual effect and subtle contrast to the other plants within the landscape.
A lush, colorful flower bed is the perfect way to dress up your front yard. Create more visual impact by using your plantings to accent a gently curving walkway. The combination adds a big punch of color and interest and offers appeal in all four seasons. Incorporate cheery container gardens by the front door to add even more color, texture, and fragrance.
Butterflies are some of the most beautiful and interesting creatures on Earth. A butterfly garden is an easy way to see more butterflies and to help them, since many natural butterfly habitats have been lost to human activities like building homes, roads and farms. It is easy to increase the number and variety of butterflies in your yard. Simply purchase and install the plants the caterpillars like to eat, and plants that adult butterflies feed on!
Fair weather or foul, nature finds a way to create variety and interest in the garden, and winter is no exception. Whether they’re blooming through a crust of snow, or showing off their vivid colors while dropping temperatures force us indoors, hardy winter plants are doing more than just surviving when the winter rolls in; they’re thriving. These garden inhabitants create interest, texture and a touch of the unexpected in the landscape when our springtime favorites are taking a long winter’s nap — and they do it with style.
Tropical plants are grown in frost-free areas, but some of them can be grown in more temperate climates, as well as indoors. Discuss all aspects of cultivating lush, beautiful tropical plants here with us! From Aroids and Begonias, to Oleanders and Plumerias, and all the beautiful tropical plants in between. Florida is the perfect climate for that!
Palm trees are always associated with sun, white beaches, vacation, and relaxed lifestyle. In Florida, anywhere you look you will see beautiful palm trees. They are used in many landscapes including botanical gardens, shopping malls, near swimming pools, along streets and coasts, and resorts.
For landscapers and home gardeners in Florida, Arizona, California and along the Gulf Coast, a citrus tree is often the ideal choice as a landscape fruit tree. With its appealing shape, fragrant blossoms and edible fruit, a citrus such as an orange, grapefruit or lemon tree can enhance many sites receiving an abundance of direct sunlight
Fruit trees can convert a strictly ornamental garden into a multipurpose home landscape. Because fruits are good-looking as well as nutritious, they can dress up a sunny spot in the front garden as well as out back. Consider a fruit’s mature size and shape, flower color, fragrance and texture as you would in selecting any plant to complement your garden design.
Shade trees are a welcome addition to most South Florida yards. They not only make beautiful landscape specimens, they also help cut down on high summer power bills. Trees that keep their leaves year round can provide a sheltering canopy to protect plants below from frost. They also act as a natural covering to keep winter temperatures a few degrees warmer in the area below them.
Flowering trees add beauty and seasonal interest to the landscape. In the landscape, flowering trees are secondary in importance to shade trees that provide framing, shade and background. Nevertheless, flowering trees provide intense interest that few shade trees can match. They must fit into the landscape. Only after deciding where flowering trees can be used most effectively should you try to select the kind or variety to be used.
Mature trees can provide increased property value, character, beauty and welcoming shade. These are a few reasons why communities often use large shade trees like live oaks in landscapes, around parking lots, along roads, in housing developments and in many other public places. Large trees also provide many other great benefits.
Topiary, or the art of shaping plants into shapes or forms, is a craft usually seen in formal gardens. However, topiary is also a great addition to any kind of garden, landscape, or patio. Topiary plants are usually grown in a container, so topiary can be displayed anywhere in your landscape.
Mulch is a covering placed around plants (or covering the ground in lieu of plants), to prevent the growth of weeds. If placed around plants, mulch provides additional benefits, including the diminution of erosion and water loss, and the regulation of soil temperature. In addition, upon decomposition (for organic mulches), mulches serve as soil amendments. Mulch selection is usually based on appearance, as well as on all the practical considerations mentioned above.
Natural stone is one of the most versatile elements available for a landscape makeover. Rocks add texture and contrast, serve as a durable groundcover and require little or no maintenance.
Pavers are brick, stone, or modular concrete units that are used to create outdoor living spaces. They come in a range of colors, sizes and shapes. Although they may cost more (upfront) in comparison to a wood deck, pavers need much less maintenance.