Bay Village Landscape Renovations and Shoreline Restoration
Fort Myers Beach, FL

AERIAL SITE PLAN VIEW
PLANTS USED FOR LIVING SLOPES AND SHORE
REVIEW THE PLANT LISTS AND SPECIFICATIONS


BUILDING 1 | BUILDING 2 | BUILDING 3| BUILDING 4 | BUILDING 5 | BUILDING 6 | BUILDING 7

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Building 1-2

The flowering seaside tree Hibiscus tiliaceus is used at property corner views from Building 1 and Building 7 to screen gaps facing windows of neighboring buildings.
See Building 7 page for corresponding tree and pictures of flowers



Seagrape to remain; plug Beach Sunflowers in front of seagrape.

This planting will be incorporated as part of the no-mow zone.

Remove hibiscus, oleander and bromeliads. Seagrape remains and should be allowed to grow into the space between the palms.
Replant dwarf firebush in a curve behind palms and plant remaining gound with Beach Sunflowers.


 

SIDEWALK BETWEEN BUILDINGS 1 AND 2



North side: Fortify shoreline gap with Spartina (Saltmeadow cord grass) and red mangrove; remove shrubs in sidewalk cutout and replant with Beach Sunflowers leaving 2' between planting and sidewalk for plants to fill in to sidewalk edge. Cabbage palm remains.

 

South side: Shoreline- allow ruellia to remain but border it and the empty space with SM Cord Grass with mangroves behind.
Allow hibiscus in building planting at head of sidewalk to remain, but form a bed in the sandy, sparse area as indicated for Beach sunflowers. Plant sunflowers no closer than 2' from edge of sidewalk. (see below)



Building 1 northern corner:

These hibiscus in foundation planting are to remain but mulched area to be planted with Beach Sunflowers which will extend further into the newly made bed where sod has failed.



Showing sparse area in front of existing hibiscus to be cut out for Beach Sunflowers.

Sidewalk between Buildings 1 & 2 showing new beds of Beach Sunflower interspersed with Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)
Remove Hibiscus for flowerbed and fill gap to Cabbage Palm with Dwarf Firebush



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