Mission

Our goal is to inspire people to change the way they garden for the health of the planet as well as their families and pets.

"I met the owner in 1996. I spoke to another employee while he did the work to discuss my needs and how they could be met. They provide personalized interactions, professional knowledge, and provides education to me as a home owner. He even reaches out to the community and donates his time to many programs, such as Bellevue Water Wise Program and Master Gardeners. He is not selling his business, you are drawn to it. He does excellent work and if you are disappointed, just let him know and he will correct it. No one has a bad attitude there. Thanks so much for taking the time to help us out."

Linda I., Bellevue

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

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

Jim S., Everett

"I like the fact that they use environmentally sensitive materials. The plants seems to have responded well to what they sprayed compared to a service we had years before. It’s a fair price."

Peter R., Redmond

In Harmony is committed to educating the public and our customers about sustainable approaches in landscapes and the environmental and human impacts of such practices. We strive to be a vital influence in promoting practices that will help protect our environment for future generations.

This is founded on the belief that we are all stewards of the planet and have a shared responsibility for its care. Education is key to effecting this change.

In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes, Mission

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