Daytona Beach, Florida Landscape Design - Subtropical Excitement
Daytona Beach, Florida is a well known city that is geographically split in two by the Halifax River (actually part of the Intracoastal Waterway) and the Atlantic Ocean. To the north of Daytona is Holly Hill and Ormond Beach, to the south are the cities of Daytona Beach Shores, South Daytona, and Port Orange. GreenFlex Landscaping serves the landscaping needs of customers in this vibrant city in Volusia County, also known as the Fun Coast region.
Best known for its beach where the hard-packed sand allows cars to cruise along the shoreline, Daytona is also world renown for its car racing culture. The Old Daytona Beach Road Course held races for over 50 years, then was replaced in 1959 by the Daytona International Speedway. NASCAR is headquartered in Daytona Beach and many visitors come to the beaches each year for Spring Break and other big events.
Landscaping in Daytona Beach is found by many residents to be a challenge as the climate is considered a humid subtropical type. This means that Daytona can have extremely high rainfall, or extremely dry times. The weather is usually mild, but gets very hot in summer. Adding to the complex climate are approximately six nights of freezing temperatures each winter. There are two seasons your Daytona landscaper must understand: the hot/wet season (May-October) and the warm/dry season (November-April).
GreenFlex Landscaping provides full service landscaping to commercial and residential clients in Daytona Beach, Florida. This includes irrigation, landscape lighting, hardscapes, pavers, water features, and lawn maintenance. We provide free estimates and will design, install, and maintain a beautiful landscape design custom suited to your space. Contact GreenFlex Landscaping here or by phone at (386) 206-9899 and begin the plan for the ultimate landscape of your dreams!
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