Take a moment to look through our portfolio and see some of the residential and commercial landscaping projects we’ve completed in Kitsap County.
We aim to create a healthy and vibrant green spaces that people can enjoy. Whether helping a business maintain its property or working with a family to keep their yard green and beautiful, we take every project seriously. It’s part of our commitment to quality and excellence.
At the Breckenridge neighborhood we provide weekly full-service landscaping services. We mow and edge all of the lawns in this townhouse neighborhood as well as maintaining the plants, trees and other landscaping for this 89 home development.
“There’s something very good and honest in Ezra… and it’s easy to have confidence in him and his employees. His bids came quickly and were very acceptible to us. We contracted for a one time clean up, and are going to continue with weekly maintenance. Got to meet Josh who will be our guy. He’s very postive, attentive to any questions I had, and one hard working guy. I was stunned by all he was able to do in a single day. I loved the results and look forward to everything continuing to improve under his excellent care.”
— Victrina R. in Bremerton, WA
We provide mowing and edging service for this client. They have a wonderful garden, and wanted to ensure that their lawn would always look just as good as their flower beds. A well-maintained lawn combined with brilliant gardens creates an beautiful scene at this view home!
Basketball court constuction
Our client wanted a court where he could play basketball with his son, but he didn’t want something as permanent as a poured concrete slab. We used 1ft by 1ft pavers on a compacted surface to create a basketball court that would be perfect for shooting hoops, but could be removed if necessary.
This home had an unhealthy lawn when we started working with them. We fertilized and aerated to revive the lawn again so that it could be enjoyed by the family. To finish off the project, we hard-edged to make sure the grass would no longer grow over the sidewalk and driveway.