Our Landscape Installation ProcessOur landscape installation services include bed preparation, plantings including perennials, annuals, and shrubs, and trees. We recommend new installations during the fall, spring, or early summer. All our landscaping projects include our clients in the process. From concept to completion, our experts will work with you to transform your visions into reality. The project will begin with a design consultation before we develop drawn-to-scale visuals for the planting layout and arrangement. This is followed by site preparation and plant placement to provide you a clear idea of the look and feel. We will complete the planting, lay the mulch, and finalize the project by providing you guidance on the nurturing process.
Expertise in Florida Native & Friendly LandscapesWe specialize in installing native and Florida-friendly landscapes that promote a conducive and natural ecosystem. Whether you want the plantings to be installed across the entire landscape or in a specific area, this approach means the use of low-maintenance plants. It will further result in sustainable and environment-friendly practices.
The Need for Landscape InstallationWhen a property remains unmaintained, it can become an unsightly space for you, your guests, neighbors, and potential buyers. You have invested time, money, and your imagination into your home. This makes it even more important to create a landscape that enhances your investment rather than hurting it.
You should look at landscape installations as home renovations. The project can significantly increase your property’s value. Improved curb appeal is estimated to increase a property’s value by around 20% or more, depending on the quality of the landscape work. However, the benefits do not just stop there. Our installation solutions will also help preserve the long-term health of your lawn. When we add various flora, shrubs, and trees to your landscape, it enhances the natural drainage system as well. Extra plants can absorb excessive groundwater, which contributes to the health of your grass. Large landscape installations such as trees can provide shade to your property. This can lower your energy costs and help save money in the long term.