St. Augustine, Fla., plans to adorn bridge with 4,600 plants

12/19/2010 | St. Augustine Record (Fla.), The

The Department of Transportation in St. Augustine, Fla., will begin a $340,000 landscaping project at the Bridge of Lions in January. The agency plans to adorn the parks at both ends of the bridge with 4,600 plants that includes palm trees, golden beach sunflowers, yaupon hollies and the Indian hawthorn. Some of the grass at the medians will be removed to make room for more beach sunflowers, said Sandra Mancil, project spokeswoman from the Florida Department of Transportation.

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