U-Haul Storage Center – New Commercial Construction, North Ft. Myers

A construction company out of Sarasota, FL contacted us for help in our county (Lee). We bid the project in late 2015 and began work on phase one in the summer of 2016. This U-Haul Storage Center, new commercial construction, North Ft. Myers project entailed both Florida native trees, palms, and littoral plants. Our prices were lower than the other bids due to our extensive network of native plant growers throughout the state. The first phase was completed ahead of schedule in just four days and the results speak for themselves.

Some of the natives used on this project include:

  • Florida Maples
  • Gumbo Limbo
  • Cabbage Palms
  • Green Buttonwood
  • Cocoplum
  • Ornamental grasses


Many construction companies settle with landscape firms in other counties. This can create excess delivery and labor fees for the construction company. If you have a project coming up in Lee, Collier, or Charlotte county, we would like an opportunity to bid on it and to also build a lasting business relationship. We have many references available upon request and stand behind our work.

U-Haul Storage Center, New Commercial Construction, North Ft. Myers 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. Our landscaping experts 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.