Florida Nursery Mart
When you think of a one-stop shop for everything from maintaining plants to new landscaping ideas, this is the place to visit!
Why should you visit this location?
Living in a place like South Florida is as close you can get to the Caribbean without leaving the United States. From beautiful blue springs to that permanent summer feeling nearly year around, what could be better? But in weather such as this, sometimes water isn’t enough to keep well hydrated and cooled down. With an area so close to the tropics, having fresh fruit around is an absolute must! But with that summer heat comes that dreaded feeling of leaving your house to drive and the scramble to get AC going in your car as quickly as possible. So instead of burning your legs to get fresh mango or coconut water, imagine how much simpler life would be if you could pick it from your own garden and have it fresh and ready to eat in an instant? With over 50 different types of fruit trees to pick from you’re sure to find fruit to your liking that will be easy to grow and ready to pick in no time at all!
What if I’m not the best at taking care of plants yet?
That’s absolutely fine! At Florida Nursery Mart there are over 70 types of drought-tolerant plants that make them easy to manage and easy to start becoming one with your plants.
What if I want to redo my landscaping?
Then this is the place for you. From sod and mulch to sand and stones to grass and shrubs, this place has it all. They even have a feature where you can test any new additions to the plant family or changes you wish to make on their Online Virtual Landscape Design.
How far can they deliver?
They can deliver to Broward, Dade, and Palm Beach counties.
What types of flowers do they have?
From wanting to make an archway out of beautifully colored peach bougainvillea to planting different types of milkweed or fire-bush to attract more butterflies to your home garden this place has it all. You can pick from a large selection of blooms that are sure to put a smile on your face every time you walk into your house or see local bees or butterflies flying around.
By Krystal Ramsaran