Creating Beautiful Spaces & Maintaining Landscapes Naturally

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[/kml_flashembed]We Plant Smiles

That’s what it’s all about with us—creating and maintaining beautiful, sustainable gardens and landscapes—that create smiles.

Founded in 1987, The Village Gardener, Inc., has expanded to be one of the few providers of high-quality landscape installation and maintenance services using integrated pest management and sustainable landscaping practices. We are highly respectful of our clients, dedicated to stringent quality standards and committed to the principles of sustainable landscaping.

For us, each landscape is a story unto itself and needs specific care. We never take a cookie cutter approach to the design, care, or maintenance of your garden.

We believe that nature in its purest state, unadulterated by artificial fertilizers and chemicals, makes for the best gardens and healthy places in which to live. And our landscape design, construction and maintenance services reflect this philosophy.

Our Holistic Philosophy

Using a holistic approach to landscape design and management, we look at the whole picture of each individual landscape. We have the experience, knowledge base, and resources to locate potential problems  and the provide healthy solutions for them—rather than applying a patch to an existing problem that will re-occur or cause more havoc down the line.

Our Commitment To Education

The Village Gardener provides education about protecting the health of our families and the environment. By regularly presenting at seminars and public speaking events, we further the cause of sensible landscape management.

Award Winning

The Village Gardener is an award winning landscaping company. We have participated in the California Landscape Contractors Association’s Achievement Awards program, the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show’s “Garden Creators” and the Northern California Turf and Landscape Council.