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

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Building 7

Building 7

Building 7

Let Oleanders around Queen Palm grow more ro see more flowers. (1) Hibiscus) and (1) Oleander will be removed from the Coconut planting bed which will be replanted with Beach Sunflowers.


Building 7

Define corner space of property with Hibiscus tiliaceous (SeasideMahoe) to screen street and neighboring buildings.

Plant Native Firebush along chain link fence for screening and shade color.

 

Hibiacus tileaceus

Hibiscus tiliaceus

A seaside tree which is excellent for screening and remarkable for the flowers which turn color throughout the course of the day, sometimes showing two or three colors at once.

 

Native Firebush has larger leaves than the dwarf hybrids and grows well as a 6' hedge in shadier areas.


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