The Sustainable Landscape

Landscape Maintenance and Landscape Construction Policy Statement

Whether we call it the built environment, the managed habitat, or the sustainable landscape, our job is to create it and maintain it. This involves working with the landscape architect to install and maintain landscapes that meet your present needs and minimize future expense or damage.

This is a conservationist approach, with an eye to practical concerns. The protection and enhancement of natural systems and resources must be balanced with economic production. We need integrated solutions to problems, using current technologies to improve quality.

All of this sounds a bit more complicated or sophisticated than digging plant holes and mowing lawns, and it is. We are endeavoring to continuously improve and upgrade our product. This attitude will save time and money, and build better gardens.

The sustainable landscape reduces the amount of resources required for development. Here are some of the areas of concern.


  • Water Management
  • Reduced Chemical Use
  • Green Waste Management
  • Plant Selection and Spacing
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Beneficial Insects
  • Biological Controls
  • Mulching
  • Soil Amendments
  • Native Plants
  • Machine Use
  • Labor Time Studies
  • Wildlife Habitats
  • Nurturing the Environment
  • Recycling
  • Pollution Control
  • Insect Trapping
  • Aesthetics
  • Cost