Iv seen this around my area for years where islands or street corners are adopted by local companies and they in turn do some sort of planting or something similar. In the towns I work in theres probably a few dozen of these spots I know of the spot will typically have a very classy wood sign made up with like gold or some other color inlayed in the wood. It will say something like Milford a small city with a big heart sponsored by ....................... Usually its a large business that does this and they never seem to maintain the area after the install which doesn't seem to make to much since to me. After all if you were going to spend your time and money making this garden you would think you would want it looking its best. Any ways Iv never seen one that was sponsored by a farm or a landscaper but I think if done right instead of being a good will project it could be a real good advertisement for future work. I have a rather large island in mind and I may just try to develop it next year after I go through the town and get permission of course. I was just wondering if anyone else had ever done this or even thought of this. I figure the initial cost are quite high but maintaining it would not be that much of a strain since we are in that business already. I also like being able to have total say in the final look instead of the constraints of a clients budget or vision. I think if I do this it will be more like a park then a garden I would like it to be more of a destination then something you just drive by. The spot I have in mind is on my street and it connects I95 to the Parkway so the through traffic is quite sick. I figure it would be a nice way to get new business as you can see it now "we saw what you did on the corner of such and such and new we just had to call you"