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   Landscape Design & Install Services

Landscape design is where we get to showcase our passion for constructing the perfect landscape layout using our creativity and plant knowledge. We provide unique 3D imaging that gives our clients more control over their design leading to higher customer satisfaction and a completely customized end result.

What are the benefits of landscaping your home or office?

  • Makes a great impression of your home or business, while increases property value and reducing the time your home is on the market when it’s time to sell
  • Provides privacy and creates a beautiful environment that can reduce stress levels
  • Reduces soil erosion and storm water runoff
  • Reduces local noise
  • Reduces heating and cooling costs

What are the benefits of choosing Evolve as your team of landscape design & install professionals?

  • Customized landscape design to fit your budget and style)
  • 3D imaging using actual photos of your home or office with our proposed landscape layout
  • We specialize in other landscape related services providing turnkey
    and optimal results for keeping your landscape investment well-maintained
  • Free landscape estimates
Florida-Friendly Landscaping stems from the notion to protect Florida’s unique natural resources by conserving water, reducing waste and pollution, creating wildlife habitat, and preventing erosion. Any landscape can be Florida-Friendly if it’s designed and cared for according to the nine Florida-Friendly Landscaping principles, which encourage individual expression of landscape beauty. Make your landscape A Florida-Friendly Landscape- do your art to create a more sustainable Florida!
No. Florida-Friendly Landscapes can be designed to almost any taste, as long as they incorporate the Florida-Friendly Landscaping principles. Your Florida-Friendly Landscape can incorporate native and non-native plants, turfgrass, flowering plants, trees, or any combination of these.
The decision to use mulch or rock depends on a dew factors including plant material used, budget, maintenance, and personal tastes. We have great resources for both mulch and aggregate rocks. For example, pine bark is one of the longest lasting types of mulch, but it doesn’t offer plants many nutrients when they break down. Soil pH may be reduced by pine bark and pine straw, which would be excellent for acid-loving plants like azaleas, but not for plants that require high-pH soil. Here’s an overview of the most popular mulches:
  • Pine bark is a byproduct of the forest industry. It comes in ground and nugget forms, and has a rich brown color.
  • Pine straw (pine needles) comes from pine plantations, which produce paper and wood products, and is sold in bales. Unlike some mulches, pine needles are not likely to wash away, because they knit together.
  • Mixed hardwood mulch is produced from scrap lumber, recycled pallets, or tree stems that are too small to be used for paper or wood production.
  • Cypress mulch is often made from the waste wood generated in the manufacture of these products, but it may also be produced from whole trees cut from wetlands
  • Rubber or “playground” mulch is mulch made from recycled tires or other types of rubber. Generally sold in a variety of colors; also available uncolored in its natural color. Favored by low maintenance gardeners looking for exceptional weed control and long color life, rubber mulch can save time and money over conventional mulches as it lasts for well over a decade. Playground rubber mulch offers an extremely resilient safety surface that holds up well in high traffic playgrounds due to the durable colors, the fact that it will not float, and the shock attenuation properties of rubber.
  • Gravel, rocks, and pebbles last a really long time and add a more elegant style to any landscape design, but can be higher maintenance since they need to be cleared of all debris in order to look their best. Aggregates also won’t contribute to the soil’s nutrient and organic content or water-holding capacity.
If you live in Polk County, FL and would like to explore your landscape options and work with a team of highly qualified professionals to make your goal a reality, then don’t wait to contact us for your free estimate.

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