The ‘floridas’ of tomorrow will be planted in the ‘gardens’ of our ancestors, according to the owners of a Florida-based landscaping company.
New Horizons is a Florida company that specializes in landscape plants.
Its founder, Tim St. James, said the company, which also calls itself ‘Pioneer Gardens,’ has been growing “the Florida landscape for a decade” and plans to have up to 2,000 plants in the next three to four years.
He said that many of them are native species, such as tulips, daisies and wildflowers.
“They are in the backyards, they are in our backyards and we want to grow them,” he said.
“They are so beautiful and they are the best way to bring plants back to the landscape.”
The Florida landscape is so beautiful, but the landscape has to be managed to allow them to thrive, said St. John, who has been with the company for 11 years.
“I know there are people out there that want to take a shot at doing the landscaping,” he told FoxNews.com.
“But you can’t do it without the management of the plants.”
The company was founded in 2005 by St. Johns brother and co-founder Paul St. Louis.
He has a bachelor’s degree in landscaping and was a landscaper before that.
St. Lawrence, a native of the United Kingdom, is the company’s founder and CEO.
The company sells landscape plants for $20 a pound, or $8.25 a pound for about 200 square feet.
Stiles, a former college football player, grew up in Florida and was an avid football fan growing up in his native Scotland.
He said he began thinking about his life as a gardener and what it was like growing up a gardeder.
“There are a lot of people that go to work every day, but they don’t have to do anything to grow anything,” he explained.
“It is a privilege to be able to do it all.
The landscape has changed and we can’t be complacent.”
The growth of the industry is part of a broader trend to expand the use of natural resources to provide homes and services for people in developing nations.
In fact, the number of natural-resources companies is expected to grow to $10.7 billion by 2025, according a study by the International Service Group.
The industry is booming because of a shift in consumer priorities and a shift toward environmental sustainability, according Paul St Louis.
“It’s the right thing to do and the right time to do that.”
But St. St James said the industry needs to get back to basics.
“We are going to be here for the long haul,” he added.
“We are the ones who are going back to nature.
We are the people who are not going to live in this place.”
New Horizons CEO Paul Stokes said his company is trying to bring back some of the same native plants he grew up growing in Scotland.