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Edulis Designs Offers Discounted Landscaping Services

The rainy season is an ideal time to plant fruit trees and edible tropical perennials, and Edulis Designs is providing an economical way to help customers select the best varieties, pick the best site and get planting assistance. The Bonita Springs-based company is offering a 20 percent discount on consultations and designs for Natural Awakenings readers in both Collier and Lee counties through September 1.

“Having edible landscaping installed at your property can save you time, money and resources, while producing an abundance of organic, nutrient-dense food,” says owner Alex Nikesch. “The design process is as much about your life as it is the land. We work with your needs, desires, skills, time, aesthetics and budget.”

For more information, call 239-913-9808, email Alex@EdulisDesigns.com or visit EdulisDesigns.com.

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