History

In Harmony was founded in 1994 by partners Mark Gile and Ladd Smith.

I can't say anything but amazing things about In Harmony. Every individual on their team, from the owner to the landscape designer to the incredibly hardworking individuals remaking my backyard, were fabulous! They were great listeners and very responsive to feedback. Their positive attitudes were also refreshing, including the construction/installation team who were very enthusiastic about their work. The company really seems to treat their employees well, which is very important to me. I highly recommend this company for any of your landscaping needs!

Stefanie H., Seattle

Great local business that cares about the environment and about the community. Great landscapes, great services, great people!

Jim S., Everett

In Harmony completed an absolutely wonderful upgrade of our backyard this past fall. We could not have been more happy with the work of the entire team. Our project manager was fantastic and our on-site foreman was equally excellent. The team listened to our needs, offered thoughtful options for our consideration and most importantly, their work was excellent. We are so very happy with how our new backyard looks and cannot wait to enjoy it even more fully this spring and summer. Thanks, In Harmony!

Julie G., Seattle

"Scott has been doing a great job on the yard. I appreciate the time he takes and the knowledge he imparts in helping us keep the yard looking beautiful."

Rae & Carol C., Kent

The company was founded on a shared passion for protecting the environment and a belief that it was not only possible, but essential, to offer environmentally responsible landscaping services. The company was the first business of its kind in the Puget Sound area to specialize in sustainable and eco-friendly practices for lawn and garden.

Ladd’s wife, Andrea, came up with the company name. “It was the perfect name because it is so universal,” Mark says. “In Harmony” is about taking into account all the other inhabitants of our planet and making choices accordingly.”

In Harmongy Sustainable Landscapes, Principals, Mark Gile, Ladd Smith

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