Native Florida Landscapes
staff install a butterfly garden
as part of a client's home
Don't let your landscape remain
lifeless! Remove turf and
invasive exotics to put back the
unique Florida.

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For homeowners that are committed to returning Florida's unique sense of place by
incorporating native plants and using healthy, sustainable landscaping practices,
Florida Landscapes

diagnose tree health using the protocol established by the Council of Tree and
Landscape Appraisers
identify vegetation and rare species, providing a         
detailed survey of the ecosystems present on your property.

delineate vegetation abuttments to wetlands, coastal dunes, and other         
protected natural areas bordering your property. NFL is familiar with the
associated regulatory  codes and can assist you in bringing your property into

consult on plant selection to ensure for the right plant for the right place.
here to see one recent NFL landscape design. NFL is a supporter of the
Florida Native Plant Society, and can recommend area nurseries specializing in
native plants.

treat nutrient deficiencies and disease problems in trees and shrubs.
NFL has a licensed pesticide/herbicide/fertilizer application license.

assist with applying for official recognition of your landscape through     
certification programs such as the
Backyard Wildlife Habitat from the
National Wildlife Federation and UF/IFAS Florida Yards & Neighbors program.     

Native Florida Landscapes consistently delivers responsible, competent, conscientious and
thorough work you can rely on. Click to read a list of our
past projects or view a photo album
of landscapes.
Consultation Services for Homeowners
Native Florida Landscapes, LLC
A sad trend in Florida home landscapes
Finding a balance between natural Florida and a sustainable, healthy landscape around our homes is
the task our society must embrace if we hope to have birds and butterflies as part of our landscape.
Blue-eyed grass
Native sunflower
Native scarlet hibiscus
Mulched bed with native wildflowers
Pileated woodpecker
Mulched path and native grasses