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Landscaping Boca Raton

When it comes to landscaping Boca Raton is one of the most beautiful places to live in South Florida. We at Elite Landscaping have been servicing the area for years. We keep all of our business within the community. This leads to a benefit for everyone by keeping dollars within the local economy, and adding to the local character and prosperity of our beautiful town. For every home owner, investing into the value of your home and property is something that should always be on your mind. The real estate [...]

By |September 25th, 2017|

South Florida Landscaping

We started Elite Landscape Concepts as a way to provide 5-star lawns with a 1-star price tag. Commercial, Residential, Landscaping, Hardscaping, Turf, Sod, Weed Control, Installation, Irrigation, Designing, Trimming, Tree Control; you name it, we do it. Our staff is polite, courteous and have an incredible attention to detail. Let the professionals withstand the heat and make your lawn look incredible. The unique South Florida landscapes have unique shrubs that require unique attention, and our staff have the experience and the tools to get the job done correctly, and on [...]

By |August 3rd, 2017|

Best Landscaper for HOA Jupiter

If you’ve ever been to Jupiter you know the definition of peaceful. This seaside town is actually rather rural with large tracts of land spaced out between canals. The soft white sands just a little ways east give way to sparkling clear blue Atlantic water. Unlike most of beaches in Palm Beach County, there are actually decent waves on Jupiter Beach. The median home value in Jupiter is $336,900 and continues to rise. Jupiter is a designer city, where palm trees line up perfectly and lawns are exquisitely manicured. [...]

By |July 31st, 2017|

Landscape Maintenance FL

Large-scale developments and high-end homeowners associations common to Palm Beach and South Florida have one thing in common. Like individual homeowners the long term goal is to increase the beauty and value of the home and the community as a whole. Landscape maintenance usually makes up a large portion of their HOA’s annual budget. Each community’s lawn and landscaping needs can vary wildly but often include: Lawn Cutting Lawn Edging Irrigation Installation Mulch Installation Hedge Trimming Clipping Removal Ornamentals and Flowers Weed Removal Pest Control To make things less stressful, [...]

By |July 17th, 2017|

HOA’s & Spring Flush FL

Florida’s Rainy Season is upon us! From May to October each year, we experience a dramatic increase in rainfall and maybe a hurricane or two. All that extra rainwater results in sudden and abundant new plant growth. Flowers bloom, weeds sprout and pollen permeates the air; much to the dismay of allergy sufferers. This is what gardeners, arborists, and landscapers like to call “Spring Flush.” In areas where plants hibernate during winter, the soil’s temperatures rise is what catalyzes this explosive growth. In Florida, it is the abundance of water [...]

By |July 17th, 2017|

Landscaping West Palm Beach

South Florida is known for its exquisite landscaping, gorgeous golf courses, and perfectly manicured properties. The weather is usually balmy and bright and a feeling of ease and well-being is always carried on the sea breeze. West Palm Beach is a pleasure to visit and with around 60% of our population being transplants, more than half of visitors decide to stick around. Understandably, the environment adds much of the historic and romantic feeling of West Palm Beach. Be on the cutting edge of West Palm Beach landscape design. If you [...]

By |July 17th, 2017|

Hurricanes and Landscaping

As of June 1st, hurricane season is upon us and we won’t be out of the woods until December. While we’ve luckily avoided a serious storm the last few years (Matthew, nice try though?) anyone who’s been through a real hurricane knows that they are nothing to shake a stick at. So before the El Nino pressure system starts whipping up some serious storms for us, lets go over hurricane preparedness and what that means for you and your landscape. Much of the hurricane damage to homes is caused by [...]

By |July 17th, 2017|

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