Organic Landscape and Property Management

Working With Nature to Help You Achieve a
Healthy, Sustainable Landscape

Serving Northern Westchester and Fairfield County For Over 35 Years

We believe that organic care offers a safer and more robust solution to lawn, tree and shrub management than the use of chemicals and synthetic fertilizers.

Create a beautiful, healthy and safe landscape by restoring your soil's natural fertility, properly pruning plants and shrubs, and practicing preventative pest control.

Our Services

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Landscape Design & Installation

We work with you every step of the way to design, refine and build your ideal landscape. Whether you need a complete redesign, or just a few tweaks — we’ll create a beautiful, integrated design and then bring it to life.

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Property Management

We also provide high-quality residential home management services. Our property management, project management, consultation, and coordination of services for your home are custom-designed to meet your specific needs and expectations.

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Garden, Grounds & Lawn

We offer year-round maintenance services to properties of all sizes, allowing clients to enjoy their grounds during any season, worry-free. Our methods are sustainable and certified organic, ensuring your lawn gets the quality treatment it deserves.

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Mosquito & Tick Control

We use only organic products to safely and naturally control mosquitos and ticks on your property, protecting your children and pets.

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Tree Care

From early spring through late fall, our timely treatments keep your trees and shrubs healthy and free of pests year-round.

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Science & Technology

We stay updated on the newest technologies and best practices in the industry, and offer top-of-the-line services.

Storm Cleanup

Wind, wind shears, microbursts, hurricanes, snow, ice and more. 2020 has seen no shortage of debris strewn properties, downed trees, downed power lines, damage to homes and vehicles. Proper landscape maintenance, tree care and pruning can significantly reduce the risk of property damage during a storm.

One tree limb totaled a car in front of a home, another tree fell from a neighboring property onto a roof, another dead tree took down power lines. Multiple trees fell across driveways, destroyed fences, entrances and gates. A large maple split crashing thru a master bedroom window causing additional damage to the roof and siding. Fortunately in all these instances no one was injured.

Now is a great time to clean up the cumulative storm damage in the landscape. Clean up wooded areas, remove invasive Barberry, Climbing Roses, Bittersweet Vine, Grape Vine and Porcelain Vine. Existing trees should be inspected and safety pruning should be performed. Wood can be removed or split for use in a fire pit, fireplace, or wood stove.

Preventative maintenance can be done in stages “safety first” and the rest as the budget allows. The first phase of tree maintenance should be to protect the home and accessory buildings. Driveway and entrance areas must remain passable for first responders. In the event of an extended power outage access will be needed to evacuate or refuel generators. Perimeter areas and cosmetic clean up can be maintained as your budget allows.

Trees and seasonal weather patterns are an integral part of our beautiful landscape in the northeast. Plan ahead and stay safe.

Storm Cleanup

Wind, wind shears, microbursts, hurricanes, snow, ice and more. 2020 has seen no shortage of debris strewn properties, downed trees, downed power lines, damage to homes and vehicles. Proper landscape maintenance, tree care and pruning can significantly reduce the risk of property damage during a storm.

One tree limb totaled a car in front of a home, another tree fell from a neighboring property onto a roof, another dead tree took down power lines. Multiple trees fell across driveways, destroyed fences, entrances and gates. A large maple split crashing thru a master bedroom window causing additional damage to the roof and siding. Fortunately in all these instances no one was injured.

Now is a great time to clean up the cumulative storm damage in the landscape. Clean up wooded areas, remove invasive Barberry, Climbing Roses, Bittersweet Vine, Grape Vine and Porcelain Vine. Existing trees should be inspected and safety pruning should be performed. Wood can be removed or split for use in a fire pit, fireplace, or wood stove.

Preventative maintenance can be done in stages “safety first” and the rest as the budget allows. The first phase of tree maintenance should be to protect the home and accessory buildings. Driveway and entrance areas must remain passable for first responders. In the event of an extended power outage access will be needed to evacuate or refuel generators. Perimeter areas and cosmetic clean up can be maintained as your budget allows.

Trees and seasonal weather patterns are an integral part of our beautiful landscape in the northeast. Plan ahead and stay safe.

Our Service Area

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