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Design – Build – Maintain

While many landscape designers focus only on the designing, we wear both hats – designer and contractor. We are there for our clients from concept through installation and will also provide the garden's essential, on-going maintenance. By covering all aspects of a garden's creation or expansion, we offer our clients a budget-conscious, time-sensitive matrix that provides for better communication, accountability and feedback.

Milestones that we proudly accomplished & lead us forward.

2,000+Completed Projects

24Years Experience

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Amazing things about Eva!

She took all of our ideas and made them better than we could ever have imagined and was always mindful and considerate of our budget-- which my husband really loved!

Sara E.

Yelp

We LOVE Eva and would do it all over again!

I am very happy with Eva's work. She stood behind her work and was highly responsive to my needs. The plants are great and I am enjoying sitting in my new garden.

Nancy C.

Yelp

Eva and her team are the BEST!

We love and enjoy our backyard everyday. It was a great collaborative process with an artistic result and we have been completely blown away by the transformation.

David F.

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Latest Blog Posts

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Drought: Gardening Tips

Water dedicated to landscape can often be reduced by 20 to 40 percent because over irrigation is very common. Gradually reduce the amount […]

Seed Saving – Gardening Starts With Planning

If you want to save seed from your garden, understanding basic concepts when you are planning your garden will make seed saving much […]

Know Your Friends In The Garden

The days are getting longer and warmer, signaling that spring will be here soon. This is when beneficial insects begin to emerge. Attracting […]