Green Cay Village News -- News for ALL Green Cay Village Residents

Text Size  A A A    Print  

Home  Contact       
alt=" "
Green Cay Village
News
Boynton Beach, Fl
alt=" "
Home
About
Green Cay Village
Overview
Location
Site Plan
Townhomes
Condos
Apartments
Local Resources
Landscaping
Governance
Board Members
History
Zoning
In The News
The Editor

Web Site Tech
News
Calendar
Committees
Security
Community Pride
Money Matters
Forms & Docs
Speak Up!

Contact

Sales Office
561-736-1440
Leasing Office
561-499-5544
Property Manager
561-638-1622

Mobile Edition

 

About - Landscaping

This page features the native-plant landscaping at Green Cay Village and is intended to help you better appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.

Click on image for larger size picture.

Southern Magnolia

This large, stately, native North American evergreen tree with its large, beautiful, saucer-shaped, fragrant flowers is almost a Southern landscape tradition.

Crape-Myrtle

A long period of striking summer flower color, attractive fall foliage, and good drought-tolerance all combine to make Crape-Myrtle a favorite small tree for either formal or informal landscapes.

Gumbo-Limbo

This large semievergreen tree, with an open, irregular to rounded crown, may reach 60 feet in height with an equal or wider spread but is usually seen smaller in landscape plantings.

Live Oak

A large, sprawling, picturesque tree, usually graced with Spanish moss and strongly reminiscent of the Old South, Live Oak is one of the broadest spreading of the Oaks.

Florida Thatch Palm

A small single-trunked palm with dark green upper leaf surfaces that are silvery underneath and is a relatively care-free palm that is easily accommodated in any garden.

Royal Palm

Notably popular as street or specimen trees, Royal Palms make a neat, tidy, yet stately landscape element for large landscapes, often reaching 50 to 100 feet in height.

Green Button Wood

This low-branching, multi-trunked, shrubby, evergreen tree has glaucous medium-green leaves and is ideal for use as a clipped hedge.

Fakahatchee

A robust, tufted perennial grows to 6 feet in wet bogs, ditches, low thickets and open habitats.

Red Tipped Cocoplum

Cocoplum is used most often as a clipped hedge in south Florida.

Cabbage Palm

This is South Carolina's and Florida's state tree and is about as hurricane-proof as a tree can be.

Silver Buttonwood

Capable of reaching a height of 40 feet, Silver Buttonwood is often used as a clipped hedge.

Hibiscus

These shrubs are cultivated as ornamentals for their showy flowers.

alt=" "
Safe - Civil - Clean - Well Maintained - Pleasant - Affordable
2007-2017 by Peter Schulz

Disclaimer     Privacy Statement     Site Map

Home  Contact