Landscaping in Punta Gorda


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  • Florida Evergreen Landscape and Lawn Care
    From landscaping to fertilization to pest control, the team at Florida Evergreen Landscape and Lawn Care caters to your yard's every need. Certified arborists are on hand to help with landscape and lawn design, and maintenance technicians keep shrubs and flower beds in line with trimming and edging services. The team also installs and maintains irrigation systems to keep yards looking as green as a seasick stowaway.
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    17473 Jean Street
    Fort Myers, FL US
  • Britton's Archery Supplies and Range
    Britton's Archery Supplies & Range has armed apprentice arrow-launchers with gear, accessories, and instruction for three familial generations. Introductory lessons furnish beginner archers with rental equipment and dispense tips on proper shooting technique, archery-safety skills, and the perfect shade of nylon tights to impress Maid Marian. After firing at an assortment of circular targets and two- and three-dimensional animal models, pupils can replenish weary bodies with complimentary snacks and drinks. Customers should call ahead before visiting to confirm Britton's Archery Supplies & Range's hours, which alter depending on the gymnastics schedules of head-perching apples.
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    1743 S Pinellas Ave
    Tarpon Springs, FL US
  • Bayshore Garden Center
    Unfurling across almost two verdant acres, Bayshore Garden Center populates outdoor areas with thousands of plants ready to boost botanical credentials. A staff of professional green-thumbs solves shoppers’ horticultural quandaries, from sharing facts on seasonal flowering annuals ($1.29 each) and juice-laden peach trees ($29.99+) to fielding questions on whether or not pine cones can experience love. Hang a 10-inch premium basket ($11.99) to enthrall area bird populations, or wow garden-peeping passersby with the coquettish pink flowers of a hibiscus ($9.99). Bayshore Garden Center also stocks a wide selection of bushes and shrubs, with entrants such as the heat-friendly butterfly bush ($11.97) ready to thrive in a front lawn’s center stage or grow a labyrinth around backyard minotaurs. In addition to aboveground aesthetics, Bayshore Garden Center carries fertilizer and other nutrient-packed soil amendments to keep gardens green and vibrant.
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    5870 Bayshore Rd
    North Fort Myers, FL US
  • Gavin's Ace Hardware
    The handy employees at Gavin's Ace Hardware help customers to navigate shelves stocked with home-improvement implements, household appliances, and domestic essentials. The shop’s technicians are certified to perform warrantee repair tasks for more than 100 manufacturers, including Echo, Snapper, and Toro, returning your snowblower or Statue of Liberty replica to working order. In addition to its wide selection of hardware, paint, plumbing, and electrical supplies, Ace Hardware dedicates ample space to gifts, home decor, marine supplies, and housewares.
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    16025 San Carlos Blvd.
    Fort Myers, FL US
  • Sundance Orchards
    Expert orchid enthusiasts at Sundance Orchids & Bromeliads bolster bromeliad blooms and more than 1,500 varieties of orchids within seven modern greenhouses spanning 5 acres of landscaped grounds. Gardeners can populate their planters and yards with bromeliad inhabitants ($5+) or hang tillandsia air plants ($4–$25) high out of the reach of conflicted lovers' bloom-plucking fingers. Fertilizers tend to flower patches ($7.95), and trimming shears ($14.95) will snip any rebellious plants attempting a home takeover.
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    16095 S Pebble Ln
    Fort Myers, FL US
  • ECHO's Tropical Fruit Nursery
    Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization was founded as Educational Concerns for Haiti Organization by businessman and philanthropist Richard Dugger as a method of providing much-needed agricultural training for aid workers and missionaries. Throughout its 31-year history, the interdenominational nonprofit has grown to house a nursery of tropical plants, a 7.5-acre farm, and a resource center of over 4,000 books and publications centered around providing sustainable food chains and livelihoods in poverty-stricken tropical areas. Celebrating its grand mission of training those who help the hungry and the poor, ECHO introduces visitors to rainforest climates and innovative urban gardening techniques in its Global Farm and preserves rare species while educating the public on complicated exchange rates at the seed bank. Each purchase made helps actualize this mission. ECHO's volunteers promote food security in tropical and arid regions throughout the world with over 75,000 hours of work each year, and the hardworking 51-person staff of horticulturists, researchers, and program directors teach aid workers and the general public with a variety of workshops, internships, and guided tours on the verdant fields and well-tended nurseries of its bustling campus.
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    17430 East St
    Fort Myers, FL US
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