History

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

We've just finished our second major landscape project with In Harmony and recommend them without hesitation. They worked closely with us on the landscape design of the most recent project and were also comfortable working with our architect and contractor on the previous project. In Harmony is very easy to work with, responsive to client needs and concerns, excellent project management, design services. Pancho and his crew are awesome, very efficient and got the job done without delay. In Harmony Rocks - thank you all!

Christine & Jeff B., Seattle

"This group is dedicated and very pleasant to work with. We receive a written report with every visit and the trees are looking better and better. They always provide us with good advice at no cost. Good people great service."

Robin J., Bothell

"I couldn't be happier with the service and people! The results were almost immediate and now, about 4 months later my lawn looks terrific. I totally appreciate the fact that it's all been done as safely as possible too. Sal and the team provide thoughtful and meaningful updates after each visit and provide great material on maintaining my lawn care."

John S., Auburn

“Shortly after we switched to In Harmony’s landscape services, our dog’s chronic hot-spots vanished. Her bald, irritated skin seemed to resolve itself suddenly after years of trying everything from allergy-specific foods to new shampoos.”

Rob K., Shoreline

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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