Beach Landscape Design Challenges
St. Augustine, Ormond Beach, and Palm Coast
Have you found your dream home on the beach in St. Johns, Flagler, or Volusia Counties of Florida? We have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world - they are pristine, quiet, and full of nature. Homes on the beach from St. Augustine to New Smyrna run the gamut from luxurious and palatial to cozy and charming. One thing that all these beach side homes of Florida have in common is the potential for exquisite landscape design, along with the challenges that come along with this unique type of property.
Beach landscape design is often very tropical, although the conditions warrant a special attention to the importance of using only salt-tolerant trees, plants, and grasses. The salt of the Atlantic Ocean is very prevalent in the sandy soil of beachfront properties, therefore there is very little water and nutrient retention. Delicate leaves of certain plants can also be damaged by the salt spray carried on the frequent ocean breezes. Irrigation is also a component that needs to be carefully considered and handled by a beach landscape design professional such as GreenFlex Landscaping.
Some palm trees do well in seaside landscaping but not all. Some plants that thrive in beach conditions are prickly pear cactus, portulaca, agave, bougainvillea, and lantana. A landscape designer will expertly study the soil quality surrounding your beach house and devise a landscape plan that will grow abundantly and give you added pleasure for years. Many aspects of Florida-friendly xeriscape design are also taken note of when designing for the beach landscape.
Contact GreenFlex Landscaping for a free consultation regarding elegant, abundant beach landscape design solutions.
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