Landscapes Orlando Florida

Featuring Central Florida's Premier Landscape Design/Build Firm


The Best Clients

    The Sunday March 23rd cover story in Orlando Sentinel's Home and Garden Section featuring the Mediterranean revival home of Dianne Bean and Jim Dougherty in Orwin Manor, is the latest project we've been involved with to be featured in the local paper.  Dianne, a decorator, and Jim a contractor, are part of a long list of designers, contractors, and developers we've been proud to work with.  Designers Victor Harrigan, Michael Brogan and Carolyn Franklin, developers John and Heidi Marling and general contractor Dan Kittinger are a few of those whose name you might recognize.

    And all though all our clients are celebrities with us- a few of them might be known to you-  Roger McGuinn (of The Byrds), The Zagats (of Survey Fame), General and Mrs. Jake Garner (U.S. Commander in Iraq in 2004), and Allen Muraoka (Hollywood Art Director).  
    Central Floridians more locally known include Fanny Hillman, Jack and June Nelson, Clive Thomas (former radio talk show host), Charles and Nancy Schmitt, Eric Larsen, Tina Tiedtke (founder of the Enzian and Flordia Film Festival), Pete and Sandi Goldish, Pam and Irene Ellis, Abe and Tes Wise (director Emeritus of the Holocaust Museum, Maitland) and too many more to list. 

    Our previous projects featured on the cover of the home section of the Orlando Sentinel include October 19, 2002 'The Best Medicine' about the property we did for Glenn and Emily Tremml on the Winter Park chain of lakes combining two homes and creating a series of decks, terraces, pergolas, covered walks, and water features.  We later did the same for their home on the intercoastal in Vero Beach.  

    On September 26, 1998, a home we did for Debra Hartman in the Country Club of Orlando area was showcased with the title "Bouquet of Wine and Roses."  It featured an old world style that suited her love of antiques.

    Matt Liebert's home, featured in Industry Magazine in 2005, is a completely unique compound with bamboo, ponds, decks, gazebos and boathouse that although it's on a lake in downtown Orlando, makes you feel you've been transported to Bali.

    We are proud of our clients and as you can tell from their diverse makeup, we are open to all kinds of projects.  What they have in common is an innate intelligence that allows them to appreciate beautiful and thoughtful design that is practical and economical.  In fact it is precisely the combination of all these qualities that truly makes outstanding results.

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