Recent Review: Landesign did an absolutely fantastic job, and I highly recommend them. We wanted not only to increase our curb appeal with low maintenance landscaping, but also to fix our problems caused by water. Landesign did such a wonderful job that I've already been handing out the landscape designer's business cards to my neighbors and others who ask for them. We got bids from multiple companies, and Landesign stood out from my very first contact on the phone with Tammy. She was the only landscape designer who asked if I had a plot plan, which impressed me, and I don't impress easily. She continued to amaze me when she came out to discuss my needs. I mentioned that I wanted to replace our nearly 30-year-old disintegrating landscaping timbers with walls. Also, I wanted to add curvy beds and to get rid of as much grass in front as possible while still looking elegant. Tammy said she could already visualize the design in front and then explained her thoughts. I was amazed because her vision was exactly like what I was thinking. From the start, she and I were on the same wavelength, which made working with her so much fun. I'm an avid gardener and already had a veggie and pollinator garden, so gratefully Tammy was so supportive of me wanting to plant native plants as much as possible, among other things. (I found Landesign initially through the GrowNative website and then checked them out here on Angie's List.) We had a couple of different crews come out: one for the hardscaping and another for the landscaping. Bruce, Jeff, and their crew did such a fantastic job on the hardscaping. I've had several neighbors comment specifically on how lovely the craftmanship is of our walls and curved paved patio, besides the numerous comments on how fantastic the overall design is. Then, Jason and his landscaping crew did a great job too of finishing the dry creek bed, rain garden, and a few other things, besides the planting and mulching. The crews were great to work with and cleaned up at the end of each day. Also, either Tammy or much more often Joe, the project supervisor, came out most days to check on the progress and talk about what would be done next. They also answered any questions I had. I really appreciated all of this since my project was rather extensive, and I was doing a lot of transplanting. Since Landesign's bid price was in line with the others, it was Tammy who really sold the project. I couldn't have asked for a better landscape designer and feel very fortunate to have gotten her. My family and I couldn't be happier, and I've already asked her for a bid on some additional work. Note: the photo I uploaded is from when the crews were still working on the landscape. I didn't take any new photos after they finished.