Sustainable Landscape Company, In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes

A Sustainable Landscape Company

In Harmony is a sustainable landscape company serving the Seattle and Puget Sound area since 1994.

Our goal is to create and maintain landscapes that are healthy for people, pets and the planet. In Harmony services include landscape design and installation, natural lawn, tree and shrub care, pruning and fertilization.

Our work includes educating customers about eco-friendly landscaping practices. Our natural, organic approach focuses on building healthy soil, which is vital for plant health.

Our website features landscaping ideas, customer showcases, educational videos and other media. You will see how our sustainable landscape practices can help you have a beautiful landscape that naturally performs well.

Contact Us   P: 425.486.2180   P: 888.472.7748   E: Email

Powdery mildew: what to do

Powdery mildew is a common disease in western Washington. Late summer and fall are prime times for powdery mildew to show up. The disease does best when damp nights are followed by warm, sunny days. There are many different species of powdery mildew, and each species...
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Managing spider mites

Hot, dry weather is tough on plants. Plants under water stress are highly susceptible to pest damage. A common pest in landscapes and gardens is spider mites. Spider mites damage plants by sucking juice from the underside of leaves. Unfortunately, they are often not...
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How to prune in summer: Laceleaf Japanese maple

This video explains and shows the steps to properly prune a laceleaf Japanese maple in summer. Many of the principles also apply to other trees and shrubs. Meet our expert pruning staff and watch them prune a maple tree–in fast motion. We are currently...
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Sustainable Landscape Company, In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes

Sustainable Landscape Services

In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes

Building a healthier planet one landscape at a time.

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