Rockaway Landscape Designer David Holloway introduces us to the Chambless residential landscaping project in St. Johns, Florida. The homeowners wanted to add color and attract more pollinators, including birds, bees, and butterflies. We provided a large selection of plants including Gerber daisies, foxtail ferns, lantana, crotons, European fan palm, Japanese black pine, aptenia, viburnum, blue daze, gardenias, salvia, hibiscus, podocarpus, matchstick bromeliads, dianthus, arbicola, Emerald Blanket Carissa, portulaca, and orange birds of paradise.
The clients existing pondless water feature with a stacked slate sphere was in need of additional structural support. Our staff provided a paver retaining wall for support. Additional lighting was likewise provided around the water feature.
For the finishing touches, the Rockaway carpentry division built a new stylish pergola and mounted a swing followed by the landscape installation crew providing a gravel and flagstone walkway.