Universal Orlando’s Sapphire Falls was designed with a lush tropical landscape to transport guests to a leisurely estate in the heart of the Caribbean. Palm tree lined paths tempt guests to explore the resort and unique plant varieties were sourced to create a rich oasis on the white sand beaches around the pool deck.
The resort’s namesake Sapphire Falls tumble over a fabricated cliff face, dotted with palms and tropical shrubs. Cherrylake performed the irrigation and landscape installation, which incorporated nearly 60 varieties of plant material, including 20 different kinds of palm trees.
Client: Balfour Beatty
Landscape Architect: DTJ Design
Completion Date: 2016
Type of Project: Theme Park Resort
Scope: Irrigation & Landscape Installation