Littoral Plants (Seasonally-Flooded Plants)
Littoral are seasonally flooded native plants that provide many benefits to Florida water bodies and ecosystems.
- Provide a natural habitat and ecosystem for native birds, ducks, fish, butterflies, and other plant life.
- Assist with erosion control on lake banks by colonizing and rooting into the soil
- Help clean and aerate the water
- Add to the beauty of the lake, river, pond, or canal
- Fulfill requirements set forth by county municipal codes
Our lake restoration team offers many different varieties depending on the application. Our preferred species are ones that form an aggressive root system and produce beautiful blooms that attract butterflies and dragonflies. Call us today for a free estimate! (239) 300-2080
A combination of broad-leaf and grassy littorals planted along a narrow lake in Bonita Springs, FL:
Littorals can be planted under water during the start of our wet season in South Florida:
Seabreeze Lakeshore Restoration is the only company that treats the plants from head to toe before planting. This ensures a much higher survival rate and less transplant shock. Below you can see a littoral shelf installed using our method in Estero, FL.
Plants being installed:
2 weeks later
4 weeks later:
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Littoral plants (seasonally-flooded native plants) such as Bulrush, Cana Lily, Sandcordgrass, Fakahatchee grass, Softrush, and Spikerush installed by Seabreeze Lakeshore Restoration, Ft. Myers, FL for lake, pond, canal, river erosion control in South Florida. Visit our landscaping site if you need a new landscape design and installation for your yard.
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