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.
308 Oertli Ln
Austin, TX 78753
Region: SouthwestPhone: (512) 560-0148
Year Established: 2012
Number of Employees: 1-5
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 to WFC members
Description: Path Landscapes focuses on water-wise and native landscape designs that maintain a high degree of aesthetic appeal while enhancing the local ecology. We take pride in customizing each design or project to our client's interests, believing that a home landscape should reflect the desires and goals of the homeowner. Our goal is to build an outdoor environment that helps to re-connect our clients with nature on a daily basis. This includes outdoor living space, kitchens, patios, wild-life gardens, hardscapes, pathways, rock sculptures, and ornamental rock design. Some of our favorite gardens are edible landscapes for enjoying homegrown food, one of the finer elements of life. Path aims to inspire, and build great things that positively impact our clients, families, and community at large. Let us know how we can help you.
Credentials: Owners have together over 10 years of landscaping experience.
Native plant source
|Native Plant Society|
|Transplant from Wild|
|Buy Commercial Seed|
|Large Corporate Grounds|
|Nature Centers and Preserves|
|Roadside Revegetation/Soil Stabilization|
Last Update: 2013-11-30
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