July 5th, 2020


Landscape design is both an art and a science, and is truly one our favorite aspects of what we get to do each day. It allows us to use our creativity and extensive horticultural knowledge to turn dreams into realities.

Roxanne Olsson is our in house Designer, she is a graduate of U of O with a degree in International Environmental Issues. Her studies included applied ecology for landscape architecture, and field botany/ethnobotany. She has also studied landscape design at Portland Community College.

Roxy believes in creating landscape designs that are environmentally friendly and ecologically sound, the goal is to not just make gardens that are beautiful to look at, but also fun to interact with. It’s about developing human-nature relationships.

“My designs are about creating gardens that are enticing to explore and easy to interact with”


Full Design

A full design will include an on site consultation, a design review with a ground level and bird’s eye sketch of the design, a detailed plant list, and a quote for plant materials and installation. You will also receive a beautiful hand drawn design inked in black and white.

The full design is the best option if you wish to keep to a precise vision and the hand drawn design is truly an original work of art.


$750 base charge for up to 1000sqft

An additional $1/sqft over 1000sqft

Deluxe Design

You may also choose a Deluxe Design, which includes everything listed above with the added benefit of your final design in watercolor. Watercolor designs are one of kind, completely frameable, and really enhance the vision of the design. Giving it depth, texture, and color.

*Additional $300 to $800 added to Full Design charge.



“I want my clients to come away with a design they are both excited about and they understand”                                                                                                             Roxanne Olsson



Design Approach Considerations:

  • Site conditions and influences
  • Pet and children safety
  • Placement with mature sizes in mind
  • Maintenance levels
  • Ease of access, convenience
  • Spatial interest
  • Seasonality
  • Aesthetic Preferences
  • Multi-functional properties (i.e. culinary, cut-flowers)
  • Ecological robustness (i.e. beneficial insect attractor, bird habitat, pollinator support)
  • Client budget and level of garden involvement

Design Process

  1. Site consultation
  2. Initial design review
  3. Final design review
  4. Plant orders (at client’s pace)
  5. Plant pick-up, delivery, placement, install

If you are interested in Design please fill out the form below and we will contact you.

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