Rebeca Siplak

Rebeca Siplak

Treasure Coast Naturescaping
Founder, Owner

Horticulturist, Landscape Professional, Small Business Owner

30+ years of experience in horticulture, agriculture and permaculture

Rebeca’s naturescaping experiences in Florida have taken her from the north (Tallahassee) to the south (Miami). She has lived on the Treasure Coast for eight years, where for seven years she worked at McKee Botanical Garden and for two years helped manage a permaculture project for Sustainable Kashi Ashram. Treasure Coast Naturescaping serves multiple clients in Indian River County with landscape design and maintenance, and specializes in the use of native plants in addition to Florida-friendly and edible plants. She has developed fine and functional gardens in Pennsylvania, Missouri and Oregon, as well. Rebeca’s experience and knowledge translate into valuable care and maintenance of the plants and trees in the landscape. Her care leads to stronger plants able to withstand pests and diseases and weather instability. She also designs new or updates existing plantings, as well as being competent at repairing, replacing and improving the efficiency of existing irrigation systems. BS in Sustainable Horticulture, Oregon State University FDACS Limited Fertilizer Applicator license Florida Friendly Landscaping Professional certification

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