Gates & Fences
Grand Entrance Gates, Ltd.
Grand Entrance is high-tech meets
Northern Fence Corp.
166 Tomahawk St.
PVC, ornamental aluminum, custom wood fences, and automated estate gates are among the services available from this family-owned business with 20-years of experience. The company also can make a dog run or doggie door.
Salem Fence Company Inc.
34 Rte. 118,
One of the few wood-fence manufacturers in the area, Salem Fence Company has its own craftsmen build fences in its own shop using Northern White Cedar, one of the most durable timbers and the most resistant to decay and insects. The company also installs fences of ornamental
aluminum, chain-link, PVC, wrought-iron, and deer fences. You’ll find a range of arbors and pergolas to accent gardens or walkways, too.
34 Rte. 118,
Westchester Automated Gate was established in 2003 by Vincent Bellissimo, the owner and operator of Salem Fence Company, which was established in 1969 (see above). All gates are hand-fabricated. Emergency service and yearly service maintenance contracts are offered.
(Gardening, Landscape Architecture & Landscape Construction)
Using her art background (Catchpole-Howell was a fashion designer in
Anne Homer Polk & Associates
Polk specializes in rare and unusual plants and she strives to make an architectural connection between the home and the landscape. She is a strong proponent of layering gardens.
Babbling Brook Enterprises, Inc.
Thought a water view in
Benedek and Ticehurst Landscape Architects
448H Old Post Rd.
How about an expansive terrace with a full outdoor kitchen from Lynx, complete with stainless-steel grill? Offering complete landscaping architectural services, this company specializes in residential properties of two acres or more and the company’s projects have been featured in Architectural Digest and House & Garden.
Daniel Sherman Landscape Architect, PC
Rather than dictating to clients,
owner and the home (he’ll wander around inside to explore your style and make sure your exterior complements your interiors). Then, he makes suggestions to solve site problems.
Along with landscape designs, Jan Axel provides maintenance services and even does decorating for holidays and events.
Owner Sheri Silver has an eye for merging colors and textures, coupled with an architectural background (she earned a bachelor of architecture degree from Pratt Institute in addition to attending the New York Botanical Garden School of Continuing Education). Fiori Garden Design also offers maintenance instruction on an hourly basis for clients who want to use their own green thumbs. She is a member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD).
John Jay Landscape Management
262 Katonah Ave.
John Jay handles a wide variety of landscape design and installation services (perennial, mixed border, rock, and grass gardens, as well as waterfalls and ponds and swimming pool/spa design) in addition to professinal lawn care. President Jay Archer is a product of the New York Botanical Garden School of Landscape Design & Horticulture, certified in stream corridor restoration and soil bioengineering.
“I’m design-oriented,” says licensed landscape architect Robert Schweitzer, who launched Lasting Impressions 15 years ago, taking pride in his gardening designs.
Michael Labriola, Inc.
84 Business Park Dr., Ste. 214
This family-run business offers a wide range of landscaping specialties including masonry work, landscape construction, site design, tree servicing, blacktopping, water features, and drainage. Whether it is new construction, reconstruction, or restoration, Labriola, a graduate of The Stockbridge School of Agriculture at the
Perennial Gardens Inc.
Is Perennial a landscape construction company? A garden center? A floral shop? With more than half a century of experience,
1 Griggs Ln.
Robin Roy’s firm specializes in native plants and sustainable landscapes, and all staffers are professionals with
Tony Luigi Bueti Landscaping & Masonry
Tony Luigi Bueti and his family have been in the landscaping and masonry business for more than 45 years, and the estates in the Pound Ridge,
Cherry Lawn Nursery
Cherry Lawn started out 70 years ago as a farm stand and has become a destination nursery in the Sound Shore area—a must-see for its selection of perennials, as well as pumpkins. The garden retail center offers a wide variety of annuals and perennials plus shrubs, some trees, and a full line of pottery.
10 Dakin Ave.
Fleur, a well-edited and charming garden shop in
Katonah Nursery, Inc.
Rte. 100 (opposite Somers Manor), Somers
Katonah Nursery features a complete line of products grown at the nursery—annuals, perennials, evergreens, and shrubs. You can also pick up insecticides, fertilizers, planters—and great landscaping advice from those in the know.
Mariani’s Garden Market
45 Bedford Rd.
(914) 273-3083, www.marianisgarden.com
In September 2005, Mark Mariani purchased the long-established Winkler’s Nursery in Armonk, reopening its doors as Mariani’s Garden Market and filling it with rare trees and shrubs, garden accessories, and other products, including sculptures, statuary, pottery, fountains, and home and garden decor. The unusual trees and shrubs are sold in their natural state or delicately sculpted by Mariani (topiary is a specialty). The nursery also boasts the largest collection of American boxwood in the world, with specimens from the 1950s.
Michael and Sons Nurseries, Inc.
300 Saw Mill River Rd.
This business, owned and operated by the Olivieri family since 1961, specializes in large specimen plantings and estate development with two garden centers (check out the elegant Kingsley-Bate outdoor teak furniture if you venture into one). A full-time landscape architect and three certified nursery professionals are on staff. Members:
Voted Best Nursery by Westchester Magazine in 2005, Nabel’s specializes in rare and exotic plants, trees, and shrubs. Landscaping includes English and Japanese gardens and water features. On the next sunny day, stroll Nabel’s five acres of foliage; you’ll also find a nice selection of accessories, as well as indoor and outdoor pottery. Rumor has it that all of Tony Soprano’s garden veggies come from Nabel.