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The Duke was a complete landscape project and site development. FWLI envisioned a modern and approachable garden that stood as a cultivation of ideas brought together by our design team and our clients keen design sense. Low fencing at the entry keeps the peak-a-boo ocean views in tact. Soft grasses, blooming yarrow, specimen aloes, and giant artichoke accentuate the soft scape while meticulously built concrete and hand placed sea walls anchor the infrastructure and create a sense of p...

The Duke was a complete landscape project and site development. FWLI envisioned a modern and approachable garden that stood as a cultivation of ideas brought together by our design team and our clients keen design sense. Low fencing at the entry keeps the

Solar rope lights in the garden. I LOVE this idea, it can be used in a number of of different uses in the yard, high lighting the path to the front and back doors. lighting up the gazebo (or any focus point in your yard that will make a comfortable area t

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