Landscape designs are not only to beautify the home, but alto to be functional: privacy, wind break, utility areas, shade, partial shade, sunny areas, and much more.
Landscapes also solve problems with power lines, noisy neighbors, narrow space between homes, etc.
With over 35 years on Krome Avenue dissecting the Redlands area running south into Homestead, Rusch can help with all of these solutions. We are located 1/2 mile North of Homestead on a 10 acre container and field (in ground) nursery.
Rusch Landscape Designs specializes in several types of "Themed Gardens".
Rusch Landscape Designs has been in multiple publications several times: Florida Architecture, Sun Times, and Miami Herald.
This Floriculture award was presented by the FNGLA for excellence in using flowers in the landscape.
This landscape won 1st Place in its category. See the photo gallery for more pictures of this landscape.
An old country charm home updated with flowering Bromeliads and old Florida plants designed for a by-gone era of Florida Tropical.
This southwest design called for a special soil mix for the Cactus and Succulent’s. The rocks were hand selected and placed for the best appeal. This design was strategically challenging to design and install.
This landscape was done for a townhouse entry with Tropical plants and flowers. Designing in small spaces is always a challenge to ensure the plants are low maintenance.
A lagoon pool was the center of this landscape. Pool cleanliness was a must and selecting trees and palms that are nearly debris free were favored.
A butterfly garden is always fun to design. This design used plants to attract butterflies and give a country garden theme.
This lagoon pool has won other awards and has been photographed and written up in many newspapers. Also, the pool was the winner of National Pool Awards and State Awards.
The South Florida Business Journal honored Rusch Landscape as one of the Top Landscaping Companies in 2008.
This landscape was designed with flowering and tropical plants while ensuring that all views of neighboring homes were blocked to accomplish the privacy and atmosphere of their own island.