Featured Projects

Grand Gardens in the City
Guilford, Maryland
Why You Live in the Woods
Hunt Valley, Maryland
Urban Oasis Connects Old and New
Canton/Fells Point, Baltimore
Grand Entry for Distinguished City Residence
Guilford, Maryland
Family Paradise for All Seasons
Ellicott City, Maryland
Swiss Family Kinard Treehouse
Lutherville, Maryland


Comprehensive Master Plan
Create your dream environment
New Outdoor Spaces
Renovate your outdoor living room
Gardens and Landscaping
Freshen your perspective
Exterior Decorating
A designer's eye is a smart investment
Site Engineering & Design Consultation
Protect and support the environment

News & Notes

Small Wonders (PDF)
Baltimore Magazine featured our work in Fells Point, Maryland.
The Caretakers (PDF)
Baltimore Magazine featured our work in Guilford, Maryland.

Landscape Architecture Adds Value

Invest in your property and quality of life

Why should you select a Landscape Architect for your project? A landscape architect provides services in four primary areas:

In most states, the practice of landscape architecture is regulated and may only be practiced by a licensed landscape architect. The primary focus of licensing is the requirement to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public by considering the interests of the public as well as the interests of individual clients and contractors. A landscape architect:

You will also encounter various other members of the landscape community. They include landscape designers, nurseries, general landscape contractors, and specialty landscape contractors (lighting, irrigation, ponds, etc.). They may all become part of your project team, but the landscape architect should be the team's primary designer and leader. Landscape designers are qualified to design gardens and plantings, not provide site engineering, master planning or construction and structural design details. They are not licensed and regulated, and are not subject to the rigorous education and training required of landscape architects. A landscape contractor specializes in construction and installation—not the design process.

Before you make a decision regarding who you will trust with your vision and your investment, make sure that your designer:

Using the services of a landscape architect ensures that your project will be completed in a professional and creative manner.

Learn More

Find out more about the profession of Landscape Architecture from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA); the Council of Landscape Architecture Review Boards (CLARB); and the Landscape Architecture Foundation.