Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery


A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words
September 17, 2014 at 4:05 PM

Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery has been busy making Polk County more beautiful, one job at a time! We are proud to serve Central Florida and we enjoy bringing joy to others through the beauty that various flowers, plants, and trees can offer. Below are a few jobs that we have done recently in Winter Haven, FL and the surrounding area. We think you’ll agree, when it comes to work done by Fox Hollow, a picture is worth a thousand words…

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Curb Appeal!
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Fox Hollow can take a space from bland to beautiful in one afternoon!
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Fox Hollow gave this home’s landscaping a much-needed update.
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Even the smallest spaces need attention!
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Owners AND their furry friends are enjoying their new and improved dog park!

Whether you need a complete overhaul and re-design of your yard and landscaping, or just need a “special something” to plant in a small area, Fox Hollow will be able to make it happen. Make sure to spread the word to your family, friends, and neighbors. Help Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery make Polk County as beautiful as we know it can be!

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Fox Hollow Loves Our Local Teachers
September 3, 2014 at 12:05 AM

Blog Recently, Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery hosted our Teacher’s Pet Giveaway. We asked all of you to join in over on our Facebook page and nominate a teacher who you felt needed a little extra recognition. The winner would receive a beautiful Peace Lily for his or her classroom.

We were thrilled to be able to deliver that lily to our winner, Mrs. Alice Higgs, this past week. Mrs. Higgs teaches at Wahneta Elementary here in Polk County, FL and has been serving children and families there at the school for 27 years! She has touched the lives of many, and we were so excited that we got to offer her a token to remind her of how much she means to the community and the kids who she loves and helps educate each day. We hope that each time she sees the Peace Lily in her classroom she remembers how much she is appreciated.

Keep an eye out for more giveaways and specials from Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery! Remember, if you would like to honor your favorite teacher on your own, you can come on out to the nursery and see what we have available! Choose from a variety of different plants that would be lovely in a classroom, and a great way to remind your favorite Polk County teacher how much they mean to you and your family.

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Teacher’s Pet Giveaway
August 15, 2014 at 4:39 PM

Teacher’s all over Polk County, FL are getting their classrooms ready, because the 2014-2015 school year begins on Monday!

It’s no secret that teachers play a special role in our lives. Many of us look back with fond memories at a favorite teacher we had during our years spent in school, and some can even claim that an individual teacher is the reason they are in their current career or situation! Unfortunately, teachers often go above and beyond without ever begin thanked or recognized for all of their hard work. This school year, Fox Hollow wants to change that!

We are giving a beautiful Peace Lily away to a favorite teacher from Winter Haven, Lakeland, or the surrounding Polk County area over on our Facebook page. Just find the little ad that looks like this:


…and leave a comment nominating your (or your child’s) favorite local teacher! We hope that this Peace Lily will be a reminder to him/her that they are appreciated and loved, even when the school days seem long!

Want to make sure your teacher gets a flower, but not sure you’ll win the giveaway? No reason to fear! If you don’t win, just head over to Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery and take advantage of one of our great deals on Peace Lillies and many other beautiful flowers. With your help, we can make ALL of our teachers feel special this year!

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Hands-On Learning: Incorporating a Garden Into Your Classroom
August 6, 2014 at 10:40 PM

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It’s no secret that many kids learn best with a hands-on approach to education. When they can engage each of their five senses in something, children are more likely to absorb what they are being taught. Gardening with kids can be a great way to teach a great deal of subject matter, ranging from math skills to art.

Most schools, specifically those here in central Florida, don’t have the land resources to plant a sizeable outdoor garden for their students, but teachers needn’t let that stop them from having a garden right inside their classroom! In fact, indoor gardens sometimes do better since the hot climate here in Polk County, FL isn’t always conducive to plant life thriving.

Herb gardens are useful, hearty, and can be planted in just about any container that can hold soil. This opens an opportunity to teach about recycling. Challenge students to brainstorm items that could be used as planting containers. Herbs also engage the sense of taste, since they can be used in a multitude of recipes and can even be used medicinally.

Another great option for a classroom garden are window plants. Monitor which classroom windows get the most natural light, and choose plants that would thrive in such an environment. Students can learn responsibility by taking turns with maintenance such as watering the plants each day.

For help choosing plants for your classroom garden (or any garden!) give Fox Hollow Enterprises, Inc. Landscape and Nursery a call. We carry a variety of plants and offer multiple landscaping services. We love being part of the Winter Haven and Lakeland community, and look forward to a starting a new school year with the families of Polk County!

Stay tuned for a special giveaway just for teachers. You can follow updates about it over on our Facebook page. Just “like” our page and updates on giveaways and specials will show up right in your newsfeed!

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Triple Digits!
July 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM

BlogWe at Fox Hollow are so excited to announce that we have hit 100 likes on our Facebook page! Thank you to all of our local friends here in Polk County, FL and to those of you who “like” us from far away. We are so glad you are part of the Fox Hollow family. If you haven’t liked our page yet, head over and do it now so you can help our Facebook presence keep growing!

Don’t forget, as summer is winding down, that our second giveaway will also be ending in just 6 more days. Keep an eye out on our Facebook page on Thursday, July 31st, as we will be announcing the winner of the $50 Chick-Fil-A gift card that day. Worried because you haven’t entered yet? Not a problem! While you’re on our Facebook page, look for one of our #transformationtuesday posts with the Chick-Fil-A logo included. Share it on your own wall and be entered to win the gift card. It’s that simple!

Keep an eye out for more fun tips and info, giveaways, and more here on the Fox Hollow blog and our “blooming” Facebook page!

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We Provide Services to the Following Cities and Towns in FL:
  • Kissimmee, FL
  • Brandon, FL
  • Plant City, FL
  • Haines City, FL
  • Poinciana, FL
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Dear Cathy,
Everytime I look out into my yard I am just filled with joy! You have made me so happy with the garden you created for me. All of the plants, trees, and flowers you selected were excellent choices. You do know your business well and that speaks volumes for Fox Hollow Nursery. I will always recommend you.
Brenda Boyd

Just want you to know the we have received many compliments on your landscape job. We of course drop Fox Hollow's name and are happy to do so. Our Gardenia's are blooming and have put one in the house which we enjoyed for several days. Thank you again for a job well done. Sandra Van Hoose