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Love Your Garden

Environmentally Sustainable Landscapes

Creating Landscapes
For The Next Seven Generations

What Makes Us Different?

We’re the next generation of land care specialists. We work with nature, not against it.
Our ecological goals are to:

• Build Healthy Soil
• Enhance Biodiversity
• Use Water Wisely
• Use Organic Fertilizers and Biostimulants

“In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.”

-Great Law of the Iroquois Confederacy


Don’t underestimate the importance of a well thought-out plan! Countless hours are spent considering a variety of factors, including: the plants (bloom time, colour, size, spacing, light and water requirements), the environment (wind, fire, water, sun, shade, micro climates), the land (soil type, grading, drainage, slope, elevation) and your needs and wants (views, privacy, veggie garden, low maintenance, budgets, timelines).
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From patios & pergolas to fire bowls & furniture, we can build just about anything, and we do everything in house. We have carpenters, plumbers and electricians on staff to build garden boxes, install irrigation, or jazz things up with landscape lighting. Give us a call today!
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Project Management

We oversee your project from start to finish. We work with you to develop a budget and schedule that meets your needs. Most of our services are inhouse, but we also coordinate any sub trades needed. Visit our sister company Built to a Tee to learn more about what we’re capable of. We work in concert with them to bring the vista of your imagination to life! You’re in good hands.
  • “We were very happy with the re-design of our garden bed. Erin took great care to listen to what we wanted and it looks great! Thank you.”
    -J. Young
  • “I love my new front garden! Thank you so much!"
    -A. Zuckerman
  • “We had Erin doing some work for us while they were in the lower mainland. We were sad to hear they would be moving on to the Okanagan. She will be missed!”
    -B. DeJong

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