• Professional Landscape Services

    offered by RIWPS members

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Directory of Landscape Services offered by RIWPS members

We are increasingly asked to recommend professional landscape services that focus on preserving and protecting our native plants and their habitats. This is a wonderful sign of the growing commitment to ecological gardening and land stewardship practices.

While we are not in a position to evaluate, recommend or endorse private businesses, as a service to those looking for professionals to help them reach their landscape goals, we have created this Directory of Landscape Professionals which lists RIWPS members who offer such services.

We urge you to find out more about these members’ qualifications and experience, especially in terms of creating sustainable, biodiverse habitats, as well as more details about their services.

It is your responsibility to determine whether the services offered are appropriate for your needs. The listing of any business or services in this Directory should not be considered as a  recommendation or an endorsement by the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society.

RIWPS members who would like to be included in this Directory should contact office@RIWPS.org

Blue Moon Farm | Jane Case
Wakefield, RI | 401-284-2369 (office), 401-258-1783 (cell) | info@bluemoonfarmperennials.com bluemoonfarmperennials.com

Blue Moon Farm offers a diverse selection of native perennials and shrubs, including ferns, woodlands and grasses, a large percentage of these are native to RI. We also offer design, installation and maintenance of perennial gardens and landscapes.

Dana Designs | Dana Millar
West Kingston, RI | 401-486-0495 | danadesignsri@verizon.net | www.facebook.com/danadesignsri

Dana Designs specializes in organic lawn care services for the residents of South Counties coastal pond towns. We focus on building soil health by applying amendments determined by the results of our soil analysis and the cultural practice of aeration and over seeding with drought tolerant blends.

ecoastal design| Sally Johnson
East Providence, RI | 401-480-7960 | ecoastaldesign@gmail.com | ecoastaldesign.com

Growing native plants in spaces planned to improve soil and clean water increases the resiliency of life around us. It can also make for beautiful gardens. Services include garden design coaching, installation, site assessment, invasive plant management for private and community garden projects.

Nathan Lamb Gardening + Ecology LLC| Nathan Lamb
South Kingstown, RI | 401-206-0197 | nathan@gardenecology.us | www.gardenecology.us

Ecological gardening means treating your garden like an interrelated community of plants and animals, and recognizing how it connects to the wilder world. Nathan Lamb offers garden coaching, design, planting, and care with a focus on supporting wildlife, conserving water, and creating a safe, enriching environment around your home.

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Tupelo Design Studio | Catherine Weaver
North Kingstown, RI | 401-294-9678 (office), 401-742-2730 (cell) | catherine@tupelods.com| tupelodesignstudio.com

I am principal of a full service landscape architecture design firm – we offer environmentally sensitive site design and planning, green infrastructure design, native pant palettes, invasive removal strategies, CRMC and DEM permitting, pollinator, wildlife and children friendly landscape design.

 Woodscapes inc. | Tysh McGrail
North Scituate, RI | 401-864-2121 |  woodscapesinc@cox.net | woodscapesRI.com 

A land improvement firm focused on developing biodiverse native plant communities in urban and country settings. Woodscapes specializes in creating landscape designs and renovations utilizing New England native plants, repurposed local materials and organic practices. Our services include horticultural & design consultations, landscape design and installation, and fine pruning.