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Lawn and Garden Resources 2012: Landscape Professionals

This list includes landscape-architecture firms, which provide only design services—but often have relationships with contractors—as well as design/build firms, which have installation crews on staff.

Garden Gate Landscaping, Inc.

Since 1964, Garden Gate has been designing, building and maintaining residential gardens in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan areas. Through the decades, clients like you have enjoyed our excellent workmanship, superior service and quality products. We create gardens for living and offer service for life. Read More

Additionally, our reputation has attracted and kept highly qualified, committed employees and we continually strive to find and keep the very best people to work with you. Garden Gate is recognized throughout the country as one of the premier residential Design/Build/Manage firms in the landscaping industry. We have won hundreds of awards for the projects that we have designed since 1964. Additional Resources:
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Contact: 821 Norwood Road, Silver Spring, MD 20905 | 301-924-4131 or 410-869-7710 or 703-531-1303

Clinton & Associates, PC

Clinton & Associates is a nationally recognized landscape architecture firm providing professional planning, design and horticulture services for our residential, commercial, and institutional clients since 1998. Our mission is to provide uniquely personalized design approaches for each client. Our award-winning designs are inspired by the natural environment, incorporating a variety of native stones, woods, water and plants to create beautiful, sustainable, functional, and painterly landscapes.

Contact: 5200 Baltimore Ave., Suite 201, Hyattsville, MD | 301-699-5600

Arentz Landscape Architects 4543 44th St., NW, 202-537-8020; 8014 Charnick Rd., Marshall, Va., 540-341-4330;

Barbara Balman Landscape Design 4619 48th St., NW; 202-744-9515;

Chapel Valley Landscape Company 3275 Jennings Chapel Rd., Woodbine, Md., 301-924-5400; 21617 Cedar La., Sterling, 703-406-0802; 20 S. Quaker La., Suite 110, Alexandria, 703-823-5751;

DCA Landscape Architects 1315 Wisconsin Ave., NW; 202-337-1160.

Fine Earth Landscape16815 Budd Rd., Poolesville; 301-983-0800;

Graham Landscape Architecture 229 Prince George St., Annapolis; 301-858-5330;

Gregg Bleam Landscape Architect 110-B Second St., NE, Suite 202, Charlottesville; 434-977-3232;

Jane MacLeish Landscapes 3743 Upton St., NW; 202-966-8279;

Jordan Honeyman Landscape Architecture 711 Florida Ave., NW; 202-986-0711;

Landscape Architecture Bureau 714 Seventh St., SE; 202-543-6550;

Lila Fendrick Landscape Architects 6904 West Ave., Chevy Chase; 301-907-7700;

McHale Landscape Design Upper Marlboro, 301-599-8300; McLean, 703-760-8600; Annapolis, 410-990-0894; Easton, 410-770-9449;

Michael Vergason Landscape Architects 1102 King St., Second Floor, Alexandria; 703-836-5557;

Oehme, van Sweden & Associates 800 G St., SE; 202-546-7575;

Scott Brinitzer Design Associates 2300 Ninth St. S., Suite M-1, Arlington; 703-892-0266;

Tom Mannion Landscape Design 3219 N. Fourth St., Arlington; 703-528-9098;

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