Pick fresh strawberries, tomatoes, broccoli, peppers, spinach, kohlrabi, romaine and a “new” variety of buttercrisp lettuce, from over 30,000 hydroponically grown plants.
No bending, no kneeling, all plants are at your natural level!
We are a u-pick produce farm located in Coconut Creek, Florida. We are within reasonable driving distance of West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and many other cities along the east coast of Florida. We have over 30,000 plants growing in hydroponic growing units. We grow the freshest fruits and vegetables you can buy in Florida!
Natural Wonders Landscaping is a five acre nursery, with 30,000 plants growing vertically in our hydro-ponic growing systems. We grow a variety of strawberries, peppers, lettuces, spinach and much more. Our farm is unique to the area and a great destination to see first hand how a hydro-ponic farm operates.
We offer a behind the scenes tour of our nursery, which is geared to specific age groups, be it children or adults. Over the past 2 years we have had the privilege of working with a large number of schools, after school groups and garden groups, in Saint Lucie, Martin, Indian River and Palm Beach County. We are currently scheduling tours for schools, scout troops, and garden clubs that are looking for a fun, educational local attraction.
Tours: Monday through Friday
You will enjoy a behind the scenes Tour of our nursery; A walk about the nursery where you will learn the basics and wonders of hydroponic farming.
Almost everyone likes to garden or grow something outside or inside. Some like vegetables, others like flowers or green plants and some people only grow herbs. Natural Wonders Landscaping has made gardening easy and efficient for everyone. You can do it inexpensively as a home gardener or on a large commercial scale.
At Natural Wonders Landscaping we replace the soil with a natural growing media that is clean and porous. These soil substitutes consist of coconut fibre, perlite, and sometimes vermiculite. These materials contain very little, if any nutrients that can be absorbed by the plants, but provide a perfect soil substitute. A well balanced fertilizer is then added in a hydroponic or organic solution. Water retention, but not water logging, is the ideal soil substitute. Porosity is the technical term.
The nutrient solution is the most important part of the system. You can have varying degrees of success in many substitute soils, but with the proper nutrient and media you can produce more than you ever thought possible in less space with less fertilizer, less water, and less or no pesticides.