This directory has been compiled to make it easier to find businesses that sell native plants or seeds and provide professional landscape or consulting services. Use the search options below to find help for your native plant needs or click here to add your business to the directory. Associates are providers of native plant services who offer Wildflower Center members a discount on merchandise or services. To qualify, at least 50% of an Associate's projects or inventory must use native plants.
300 franklin boulevard # 103
Austin, TX 78751
Region: SouthwestPhone: (512) 903 4468
Year Established: 1979
Number of Employees: 5-10
Native Plant Experience
Percent of projects or inventory using native plants: 75%
Consult on native plant projects
Track provenance (origin) of native plant materials
Associate ProgramBelong to Wildflower Center Associate Program
Discount to WFC Members: 10% discount on any contract from referral by wildflower site
Description: My company is a design/build firm with 30 years experience in most forms of landscape architecture. My design philosophy is to use natives,perennials,grasses and tropicals where applicable. I practice sustainable guidelines for most projects where possible. I offer complete landscape services; design and build with grading,drainage rainwater collection, retaining walls, walks, fences, overhead shade structures, patios, pools, irrigation, permeable paving i.e.granite roads,sports fields, bocce/ grass tennis courts, retention ponds,bed preparation,planting,maintenance.
Credentials: I have a degree in Landscape Architecture B.S. 1975 from Texas A&M University. I have been a member of ASLA with intent to renew membership in the future. I have been member of native plant societies and am currently member at Wildflower Institute.
Native plant source
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|Large Corporate Grounds|
|Nature Centers and Preserves|
|Roadside Revegetation/Soil Stabilization|
|Other: interior plants|
Last Update: 2012-08-05
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