Our city has its share of experienced landscape companies. Toronto’s urban residents in Lawrence Park, Rosedale, Forest Hill, North Toronto, Bridle Path and Hoggs Hollow contract businesses like ours to perform a huge variety of specialized and non-specialized tasks on their properties. But not all of these Toronto landscaping companies do their landscape design & construction jobs with the level of care that our team does.
Landscaping allows homeowners like you to put a personal stamp on the green space you see most, and since it is so personal, it makes sense for you to work very closely with the landscaping company that you choose. To ensure we get it right, we listen to your story – we get to know our customers on a personal level. And we want you to know us too.
Our landscape services include:
Building relationships with our clients is what we do best. Before you pick up the phone and experience the great service homeowners praise us for, you can learn almost anything you want to know about us by browsing our site:
Toronto is an incredibly diverse city with equally diverse landscaping needs. Our commitment to employee education and training means we stand out among landscape companies. Toronto can contact us by phone or email today to get started.
Many of our clients choose us because they’ve been disappointed by other garden care providers.
They’ve been frustrated by:
We make it easy to have a beautiful garden – one that’s healthier and looks better year after year. Our people are experts who listen to what you want and respond to requests promptly. They’ll keep you informed, show up when they say they will, and will clean up after themselves properly. You’ll never have to deal with different landscaping companies and conflicting schedules. They’ll handle everything for you from start to finish, and will take just as much pride in the end result as you will.
“I sincerely believe that attitude and effort trump all. You can be the best at what you do, but what really differentiates you is your attitude and the effort that you put into taking care of your clients. You have to give them an experience that’s customized and personal… It’s this philosophy and approach that have made us who we are today.”
Craig Hutchinson, President
In order to provide the level of service which homeowners in Lawrence Park, Rosedale, Forest Hill, North Toronto, Bridle Path and Hoggs Hollow demand and deserve:
Most of all, we believe in doing everything we can – personally and professionally, in both the short term and the long term – to make it easy for you to have a beautiful garden. One you can be proud of and enjoy.
Over the past 30 years, we’ve developed processes to make everything easy for you, no matter where you are in Lawrence Park, Rosedale, Forest Hill, North Toronto, Bridle Path and Hoggs Hollow.
If you want to know more about our services, the first step is for you to complete our Let’s Talk About Your Garden online form.
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Lawrence Park will perform spot checks to ensure that the quality of care you are receiving is superb and that all your needs are completely being met.
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Option 1: For small projects involving only softscaping (i.e., plant material), free-hand drawings (not to scale) may suffice.
Option 2: For bigger projects and ones that involve hardscaping (i.e., carpentry and stonework) CAD (computer-assisted design) drawings done to scale will be required.
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This large corner property in central Toronto is surrounded by a mature Yew hedge which is tightly trimmed for added privacy. The boulevard is also maintained and is an extension of the expansive grounds. The 9 sections of lawn are edged with gardens including Boxwoods, Lilacs, Euonymus, Perennials and Annuals. A fountain and seasonal planters enhance this spectacular property.
his urban estate is bursting with blooms. The large strategically placed gardens and generous planters create an exceptional experience. The private rear terraces are surrounded by mature evergreens, tall grasses, perennials and annual gardens. The plantings reflect the client’s wishes to be surrounded by flowers throughout the seasons.
This downtown estate sits on the crest of a Ravine with various small pockets of lush low growth under a canopy of Maple Forest. The rear garden pool overlooks the natural ravine garden which includes a private reading bench to provide a little quiet time. The large front Peony gardens are surrounded by formal Boxwood hedges.
The client’s residence is the ultimate urban experience in a row of beautiful townhouses. The international businessman calls this home on the weekend and when he arrives wants his home to reflect his lifestyle. The request is simple “just make them fabulous” for the front planters which are replicas from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
This elegant stone home sits on a ravine setting in north Toronto. The newly completed stonework created planting beds to make the entrance to this residence a breathtaking experience. Rich colours, abundant plantings and window boxes overflow with blooms. The lawns and gardens which frame the abundant plantings make this residence an award winning show stopper.
This property in mid-town Toronto conjures up the views, scents and colours of a Tropical Paradise. The Client entertains in a poolside setting with many tropical plants to maintain like Agapanthus, Hibiscus, Bouganvilleas and Birds of Paradise.
The frustration of dense shade led to the installation of Artificial Turf in Front and Poolside, which, although not needing to be cut, does need to be kept clean and free of debris. The appearance of natural turf is achieved by rolling the mowers over it to create the “lines” of fresh-cut grass. The root systems and general health of the mature Beech and Maples are maintained in these unusual conditions.
The back Gardens are afforded plenty of privacy by perimeter hedges and lots of lush gardens of Annuals and Perennials.
The existing back yard had a patio in place composed of large flagstone. However, the patio was incorrectly laid on pea gravel and as a result, the stones shifted out of place. Drainage issues were a problem with the home, and the original 1960ʼs installation was dated and crumbling. River rock embedded in concrete had to be removed, as well as elevation changes that were compounding the drainage problems.
The house has a very unique style that we were able to work with when designing the new landscape. The patio was lifted and new gravel base materials were added, the existing flagstone was re-used and additional stone added to enlarge the patio. A rectangular banding pattern was used to add definition. A wooden Arbor was installed to support the existing mature Wisteria Vine.
The previous entryway to the back yard was narrow and awkward. Interlocking brick was installed at the side of the house for ease of access and storage. The Arbor, and widened entranceway to the back helped to create a much more appealing and functional entranceway into the back garden. All plant materials had to be very shade tolerant, and some native species were used.
The client is very interested in all aspects of her landscape and allows our designers the opportunity to make suggestions or changes and to introduce the unusual. The client also requested that our designers keep in mind her young family and their friends when installing the seasonal displays. Each installation should reflect the changing seasons and complement the house and the neighbourhood.
Awards of Excellence WinnerThis award-winning rooftop garden brings additional life and colour to a modern, linear garage.
Featuring an eclectic mix of grasses, wildflowers and other ornamental flowering plants that have wildlife benefits. This garden was designed to mimic the natural growth that you’d see in any of Toronto’s protected greenspaces.
This client wanted a natural backyard getaway which incorporated intricate patio work and a unique shrub layout.
A backyard bench is the centrepiece for this design. It sits atop a natural stone patio and is surrounded by a hedge which nestles the contours of the backyard.
It’s a perfect natural escape located in the heart of the city.
This is one of three rooftop gardens that won an Award of Excellence in 2015.This ultra-modern garage has been transformed into a vibrant meadow teeming with pollinators that is made up of an eclectic mix of native wildflowers and grasses. Each roof has different plant combinations, adding beauty and biodiversity to a property with stunning native gardens throughout.
An award winner in the most innovative landscaping trend, this gorgeous mobile green wall is the perfect canvas for bringing to life seasonal masterpieces from geometric abstraction to impressionistic whimsy. Our vertical designs incorporate many colourful spring, summer, and autumn plants used in delightful new ways. Even the cold brings uniquely regional winter designs using cut evergreens and accents. Our living architecture is like a kaleidoscope that evolves as plants grow and seasons change.
An award-winner in the hottest landscaping trend – this gorgeous arrangement contains plant material that is both sculptural and decorative.