Since selling their first flower in 1990, the collective green thumbs of Oasis of Port St. Lucie’s savvy staff have been helping local homeowners transform domestic green spaces into lush landscapes. With years of landscaping experience and an innate understanding of southern Florida’s climes, the staff deftly assists homeowners in residential revamps, doling out information regarding everything from proper watering techniques to speaking conversational garden gnome. The store’s shelves remain stocked with a bountiful assortment of verdant flora able to thrive in the local environment, brimming with a host of hardy-yet-alluring greenery such as palms, shrubs, and ground covers. On a palm-lined brick patio, decorative statues and pottery bask in the sunlight, politely ignoring the renditions of “Car Wash” warbled by sparrows test-driving the birdbaths.
East Coast Pool Supply has five locations in Palm Beach and Martin County. We offer free computerized water analysis in our stores. To help maintain you pool in pristine condition. Our sales associates are well trained in water chemistry and pool operation. We are state licensed pool contractors and offer all repairs.
Beneath the tall palm trees that dot Amelia's SmartyPlants' outdoor garden lies a vast stock of lush plants and vibrant blooms handpicked by an expert staff. The 2-acre independent gardening center amasses plant species both familiar and unusual, helping homeowners beautify their yards and the environment with native florals, ornamental shrubs and trees, and colorful glass garden art that adds color and whimsy to natural plots. Aside from dishing out advice in a monthly newsletter or through their regular in-shop seminars, the plant pros can offer tips on garden design, fertilization, and how to control pests via hypnosis or the shop’s selection of organic and synthetic products. An indoor shopping area also awaits to show off shelves stocked with tools and garden accessories––many made in the United States—such as fountains and statues, all waiting to add interest to landscapes or the miniature dioramas of middle-school giants.