Cape Chiropractic Doctor’s Office Commercial Landscape Upgrade

This building sits right in the heart of Cape Coral, Florida and features a unique courtyard with a water fountain and beautiful Magnolia Tree. The sod was in ill health and the plants overgrown, so our landscaping team was hired to come in and create a little piece of paradise for them. Old, outdated plants were removed and replaced with tropical low-maintenance plants including:

  • Red, purple, and orange bromeliads (tropical air plants from South America)
  • Bottle Palms (Hyophorbe verschaffeltii) and Pygmy Date Palms (Phoenix roebelenii) both able to store water in their trunks to sustain periods of drought
  • Ornamentals such as Variegated flax lily, Cordylines, False Agave, Crotons, and more…

We also repaired a couple of washouts in the back near their seawall. You would never even know there was a washout there now! Pine bark nuggets which last up to twice as long as mulch were used throughout the landscape.


If you are interested in getting a nutritional check-up or spinal adjustment, reach out to Dr. Felger’s office by visiting their website. They are great people to work with.

Cape Chiropractic Doctor’s Office Commercial Landscape Upgrade by Seabreeze Landscape Services, specializing in residential and commercial landscaping in Lee, Collier, and Charlotte counties, FL.

We sell out of our Ft. Myers nursery to landscapers, contractors, nurserymen, and others who are in the business. Call our Field Supervisor at (239) 895-3115 to arrange an appointment.

Need soil erosion restoration, repair, or erosion control solutions? Visit our Lakeshore Restoration website.


We exist to add value and appeal to homes and businesses by modernizing the look and functionality of the landscape. We believe in saving people money on water, fertilizer, pest control, maintenance, and future plant replacement costs by utilizing the best varieties of palms and plants in the industry. The result is increased property values, reduced monthly expenses, and less negative impact on our South Florida ecosystem.