Ground Covers

Ground Cover plants are usually low, fast growing plants that fill out the landscape and can put the finishing touch on even the most minimal landscaping. Whether they're flowering or foliage plants - or even ferns – ground covers can help choke out weeds as they blanket the earth

  • Low growing
  • Tolerate heat well
  • Usually grows all year in south Florida
  • Most have flowers or blooms
  • Can be maintained without losing control or overgrowing
  • Used to accent and as control weeds in the garden

see photos of our Ground Cover varieties

Tropical Ornamental

Used to describe most shrubs and woody ornamental that grow in south Florida. These plants are usually found growing in frost-free and mostly humid areas of the world.

  • Range from small to tall growing heights when mature
  • Can be trimmed and pruned to control height
  • Used as hedges, accent pieces or as a part of a landscape garden
  • Available as evergreens or blooming perennials
  • These "companion plants" add  different colors, textures, leaf patterns and appearances to the garden.

see photos of our Tropical Ornamental

Cactus Plants

cactus (plural: cacticactuses, or cactus) is a member of the plant family Cactaceae, a family comprising about 127 genera with some 1750 known species. They require low maintenance and have low water requirements.

see photos of our Cacti collection

Succulent Plants

A general definition of succulents is that they are drought resistant plants in which the leaves, stem or roots have become more than usually fleshy by the development of water-storing tissue. Not to be confused with cactus; nearly all cacti are succulents but not all succulents are cacti

see photos of our Succulent collection

Herbs, Spices and Vegetables

Herbs, spices and vegetables for cooking, seasoning or medicinal purposes as been around since almost the beginning of recorded history. Many people use the terms interchangeably to mean any product of plant origin used primarily for seasoning food.  Technically, herbs come from aromatic plants grown in the temperate zone, while spices are products of tropical plants.  Usually, the leaves of herbs are used; whereas, spices may come from the bark, berries, flower buds, roots, or seeds.

see photos of our herbs and spices