Grant’s Gardens recently finished installing a brand-new landscape for a home on Island Circle, on Siesta Key. Grant’s Gardens worked with the owners of the home for three months and then installed the new landscape in one week.
The owners wanted a lot of color, so Grant’s Gardens made sure to install a wide variety of Florida friendly, native plants as well as a few exotics that would add pops of color throughout the property.
The owners made some changes to their patio, including redoing the pool and adding a custom-made fire pit.
There are mango, lime, loquat, lemon, raspberry and blueberry trees and bushes on the property in large, decorative pots from Vietnam.
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