CASE STUDY

RESTORING A BEACH HABITAT

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The content of this page is to show the cycles we go through to restore a beach habitat. These photos portray what is entailed from seeding the plants to planting and admiring good work. This beach was destroyed during Hurricanes Francis and Gene in 2004. All installations are not created equal. This particular installation was well planned and involved approximately 20 unique, historically documented species once the complete habitat was installed; fore and back dune as well as adjoining back strand area were inclusive in this project. Private funding was responsible for this installation.

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Client :: Monica Inc.
Location :: Hollywood City FL 21029
Area :: 1,450,000 m2
Finished On :: February 10, 2015
Value :: $653,000.00
Remarks :: The project was completed under the budget, with the savings returned to the owner.

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Green Seasons Nursery is inspired to spread the word about native flowers, shrubs, trees and grasses. We are passionate about increasing awareness of the benefits and necessities of native plants for the well-being and longevity of our eco-systems, and our planet.

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