Better Lawn Care in Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Gardens, while just 14 miles north of West Palm Beach, has an identity all its own. Once you pass the two Banyan trees planted at the city's entrance, you'll know you've arrived.
The city's founder, eccentric billionaire John D. MacArthur — the man behind the famous "genius" grants — put a lot of effort into getting those trees here. The bigger tree was an enormous 60 feet high, weighing 75 tons. Its branches spread out in a 125-foot canopy. It weighed 75 tons. Imagine trying to move it from Lake Park! The explosion of a molasses truck put an obstacle in its path. Along the route, its branches snapped overhanging cables, including those for railway signals and Western Union cables.
Macarthur was so dedicated to make his city a "garden city" he spent $30,000 and more than a thousand man-hours to give Palm Beach Gardens a lasting symbol. He spent just as much time into the city's landscaping design. The city now features those trees in the city's seal.
To this day, the city maintains high standards for landscaping its residential, public, and commercial spaces. More than 56,000 now call Palm Beach Gardens home and enjoy all it has to offer. The sunshine and warm temperatures are just part of the draw. You'll find a large shopping district downtown as well as a magnificent mall with a glass atrium ceiling. Meeting someone there? Just tell them to meet you at the fountain in the center court.
Looking to explore nature? Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area is within the city limits, and Grassy Waters Preserve is just outside. You can bike, hike, and horseback ride through these nature preserves while getting a glimpse of the abundant native wildlife.
As far as sports, Palm Beach Gardens is home to the headquarters of the PGA as well as a dozen golf courses. The city hosts their Honda Classic golf tournament every year. If you're up for a challenge, visit the "Champion" course at the PGA Resort and Spa.
While the locals enjoy the small-town vibe of Palm Beach Gardens, you're only a few miles away from the many Palm Beach County area public beaches.
It's sometimes tough to find the time to enjoy everything the city has to offer... especially if you're wasting your weekends on lawn care. Sure, you want to keep up with the high standards set by the city's founders, but you can outsource the work to LawnStarter.
We're the premier name in lawn care in Palm Beach and the rest of the South Florida metropolitan area. We can mow, trim, and edge your lawn and prune those hedges and shrubs.
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