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What People are Saying
I own an investment property in Austin that is heavily landscaped. I had a hard time finding someone reliable and honest to complete the necessary bi-annual maintenance on the yard, until I found Reed. Reed has done a wonderful job on the yard, keeping it beautiful and healthy. He is reasonably priced and always upfront about what the costs are, and what I get for the price.
I would recommend Reed to anybody I know who needs landscape work in the Austin area.
We have lived in our house for 17 years and became increasingly frustrated with trying to maintain our St. Augustine yard. Reed and his team at Austin Native Landscaping totally transformed our yard – they just completed work yesterday and already several neighbors have complimented us on our beautifully landscaped front yard. From start to finish, Reed was professional and worked with us every step at the way, from the design concept to the finished product.
He was open to modifications as the work progressed and he and his team worked hard on our landscaping every day until it was finished. I cannot recommend Austin Native Landscaping enough and plan to use them again soon on our backyard.
We provide high quality, drought tolerant xeriscape landscaping services using Texas Native Plants . We love Austin, Texas; Xeriscaping and beautifying the community is our passion.
Our primary goal is to promote more xeriscape landscaping in Austin and Central Texas and to build upon current Xeriscape landscaper design knowledge and practices. We strive to be the best xeriscape designer and landscaper in Austin and introduce more folks to the beauty of Texas Native Plants.
Our specialty is designing and installing xeriscape landscapes using exclusively Austin, Tx and Central Texas native and adapted plants. Hardy and drought tolerant, native Texas plants thrive in our climate with minimum water, fertilizer and maintenance input. Texas native plants, which are watershed friendly, also contribute to local ecology by providing habitat for native wildlife like birds and butterflies.