PO Box 2755, Middletown, CT 06457  ·  forestcitylandscaping@yahoo.com

Plants provide pleasant colorful contrast to our landscape. Maintaining a variety of plant types and species retains soil and decreases erosion, and gives yards visual interest. Native plants are always the best choice for use in landscapes, restoration projects, storm water projects, and naturalized areas. Wetlands areas also play an important role in the eco-system, providing water, food, and oftentimes cover for animals and organisms. Wetlands plants also improve water quality by removing nutrients and some toxins from the water and storing them. Moreover, wetland plants can reduce peak flood events and stabilize soils.


Specialty Wetlands Planting

Forest City Landscaping can utilize the best types of plants for any type of Wetlands area. We utilize a certified soil scientist for Wetlands planting projects, ensuring the most appropriate native plants are used and the proper scope of plantings is taken into account. Our extremely knowledgeable staff understands the importance of the differences between plants that are appropriate for different zones in an area.

 

These types of plantings would include:

  • Emergent
  • Submerged
  • Scrub-shrub
  • Floating Leaved Plants
  • Trees
  • Floating Plants

 Use native & aquatic plants for:

  • Restoration
  • Storm Water Management
  • Erosion Control
  • Rain Gardens
  • Ponds/Lakes/Streams
  • Basins / Swales
  • Bio-remediation