GROW FOOD AT HOME

WE’RE HELPING FLORIDA FEED ITSELF BY CREATING LOCAL, ORGANIC FOOD SYSTEMS IN THE FORM OF BEAUTIFUL, FUNCTIONAL, EDIBLE LANDSCAPES.

HOW IT WORKS

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CONSULT/DESIGN

We've learned design is the most important part of having long-term success in your garden! When it comes to growing calories and nutrients, we need to be strategic. Urban Abundance values observation and understanding when it comes to building out our clients' abundant, dream gardens!

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INSTALLATION

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INSTALLATION

All of UA's techniques are done intentionally! We do our best to work more with nature than against nature and we're proud to say we use organic principles. Never will we again plant a bonnie's plant from Home Depot!

Our turn key approach will be worry free and leave you with a future filled with fruit and veggie abundance! You will be happy with the results!

03

MEMBERSHIP

We've found the best way to ensure success season after season is observation and proper management after all your plants are in the ground. Our skilled gardeners are delighted to tend to your garden and fruit trees. Let's get them on the fast-track to beauty and production!!

START YOUR GARDEN

VEGGIE GARDENS

Experience what it’s like to harvest fresh, organic veggies right outside your kitchen door.

FRUIT TREES

Be a part of the growth and enjoy the highest quality tropical fruits you can imagine for years to come!

EDIBLE LANDSCAPING

Whatever scale, we can create an organic, edible and living ecosystem in your yard.

Not Sure What You Need?

SCHEDULE A
CONSULTATION

$

250

  • Walk-through
  • Ideas / Suggestions
  • Quote / Proposal

Need help with the next steps? 

Give us a call! (561) 339-3025

I’ve always wanted an edible organic garden, but didn’t think I could do it alone.

When I started to look around for help, Jack with Urban Abundance came highly recommended. Jack was very responsive and made suggestions to come up with a plan that would make it easy to succeed. Jack and the team are genuinely good people, very knowledgeable, and their passion shows in their workmanship. They installed avocado trees, berry bushes, two preserved cedar beds with a variety of plants, drip irrigation, and rabbit fencing. I’m very pleased with the way it turned out and look forward to the harvest. Thanks again for the great experience!


Jan H

WHAT'S IN SEASON?

Loofah


November

Loofah is a gourd that grows as a vine. It is an annual so it'll only go for a year or so, then you'll want to seed another one the following season since it grows and produces so well!

During the end of Feb / March each year, we plant seeds from our harvest from last year. In spring, I'll watch them quickly climb a tree or a huge fence line. Later in the summer, you'll see them start to flower and fruit all over! You can harvest young, green fruits and it makes an amazing zucchini alternative dish!! Such a good texture and really easy to prepare. Zucchini's are sometimes hard to grow here in humid South Florida , so this is the perfect solution!

Not only can you eat them, but you can harvest them older, brown and those dried out gourds are perfect exfoliating sponges! You do have to clean them in a slightly-sanitized solution, so it's clean and won't break down in the shower. Also, keep them dry when not using it! It will last much longer.

This is an amazing plant to grow here in the subtropics. We are excited to share it with you!

- Farmer Jack