I suppose anyone reading this who has been following the lawsuits and threats against homeowners who wish to install FFL (Florida Friendly Landscape) is probably not surprised to read today’s headline!
In case you haven’t read any of my previous articles, including my most recent one about a victory, the Duval County couple who was sued after submitting their FFL plans and installing their drought-tolerant landscape, you can refer to my archives and search for HOA or FFL or just follow the two links in this sentence. The Defense attorney and the homeowners thought there might be some noise from the HOA’s attorney about the ruling and so, after the Judge’s ruling in favor of the homeowners early last week, the week ended with a motion for a re-hearing filed by the HOA attorney! Stay tuned and I will let everyone know what the points of this motion are when I am able to write about them.
Click here to read about Florida Friendly Landscape (FFL) and the 9 principles for a low-impact landscape. Or better yet, click here to watch an outstanding video of a successful community (River Forest) in Central Florida that was actually designed to “merge” with nature with low impact!