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The architecture is complemented by lush landscape design by Raymond Jungles Inc. There are more than 460 trees and 15,400 plantings on the 3-acre site. In some places the landscaping evokes the sense of being in a tree house; in others it is more akin to a secret garden. Looking at the site from the vantage point of Bayshore Drive, viewers see a garden that flows from the street level up to and past a water garden with native aquatic plants, and under native trees. The design is punctuated by diverse elements such as shade gardens, secluded areas, open windows to the sky, and communal gardens. Most of the plantings are native to Coconut Grove, with an emphasis on bringing back original flora. “We design for the ultimate experiences possible. Our gardens are about space and connectivity,” explains Raymond Jungles.
“…the avocado is a food without rival among the fruits, the veritable fruit of Paradise.” Culinary opinion of former Grove resident David Fairchild. Our 460 trees and 15,400 plantings are creating a modern-day Eden.
Be in the garden. At Grand Bay.