Lillian Sands has lived in her home on Longboat Key for 23 years. Last year, she enlisted the help of Christine’s Landscape to transform her yard and is delighted with the work the company has done.
Sands describes her home as having a Mexican feel and accentuates its vibe by using Mexican bean pots as planters throughout her front yard and around her pool. Sands’ backyard includes a vast lawn that leads to a pavilion and private access to the beach. It also includes a large pool and a waterfall feature adorned with potted red geraniums. Sands has a love for butterflies that she displays through a variety of art pieces throughout her home and around her pool deck.
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31 Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota presents Adrian Anantawan, Violin and Amy Yang, Piano
31 I'VE GOT A LITTLE TWIST - New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1 Masterworks Series: Enigma
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