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Pathway in Miami Beach FL

Pathway is a good way of guiding people throughout the landscape. We decided to use an informal pathway for this design to break up the very Straight architecture of the house. 18 x 18 inch coral stepping stones were used with 3/8” pea gravel. Aluminum metal edging was used on the right side to add…
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Miami Beach Landscape Project

With good landscape design, your backyard can provide an outdoor living space where you can spend time with friends and family not only for entertainment purposes, but also for relaxation and enjoying nature. Because this property is located on a waterway we wanted to give the feeling of being on a beach when one is…
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Bromeliads in South Florida

If you are looking for low maintenance plant to incorporate into your landscape, Bromeliads are a good choice. They are known to adapt to diverse climates. Here is a project done in South Miami using a variety Bromeliads. The most well known bromeliad is the pineapple and is the only member of the bromeliad family…
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Irrigation & Sprinkler System in Miami Beach FL

Here are some photos of us installing an irrigation system in Miami Beach, FL. This project has total of 4 zones and a total of 45 heads. We also installed a Rainbird digital timer. Final Landscape pictures of this project to follow soon. It’s always best to install the irrigation system prior to landscaping. [gallery…
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Aluminum Metal Edging in Coral Gables

Aluminum Metal Edging provides a lasting landscape edging on commercial and residential projects. It is ideal to use in the landscape because of its flexibility, strength and durability. We use Aluminum Metal Edging to separate the different materials on this project. Aluminum Metal Edging adds clean lines with minimal interruption while adding a little contrast…
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South Miami Landscape

We had a lot of fun landscaping this pool area in South Miami. Plants of choice used in this project are: Italian cypress Podocarpus Bromeliad Dioon
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Miami Shores Landscape Project

Here is a project we finished several months ago. What is interesting about this project was the fact that we incorporated various elements into a relatively small space that functions with the client desires. The left side of the driveway was made into a play area/basketball court for the kids while graveling the left side…
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Miami Shores Fountain and Pond Project

Now that we're back from spending time with friends and families over the holidays. we are going to start our new project. It is a fountain and pond project in Miami Shores. The fountain was refinished and painted black in order to get a good reflection. A new pump, jets and filler was also installed,…
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Walkway in Miami Beach

Oolite is a type of limestone found in Southeastern Florida. This material is environmentally friendly and is available in a large variety of sizes. The size used for this walkway is 24" Wide x 48" Length X 4" thick. The great thing about this material is that it is mined locally in the South Florida…
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Palm Relocation at Key Biscayne Yacht Club

To accommodate the construction of the new pool and cabana at the Key Biscayne Yacht Club we temporarily relocated these coconut palms that are 40-60 feet tall in June of 2011. Now that construction is almost complete it came time to locate them in their final resting place along the new pool. We used a…
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