June 6, 2022

GJL in the Press! Restoring Biodiversity, One Yard at a Time

Green Jay Landscape Design is thrilled to be included in The Examiner Plus’s article by Bailey Hosfelt Restoring Biodiversity, One Yard at a Time. Hosfelt wrote a thorough and well-researched article featuring quotes from Jay Archer as well as our ecological landscaping colleague Amanda Bayley of Plan it Wild, and grassroots leader Filippine Hoogland of Bedford 2030’s Healthy Yards, and 

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February 4, 2022

Our Top Sustainable Landscape Design & Build Projects of 2021 | Westchester, Fairfield & Putnam Counties

2021 was a historic year for Green Jay Landscape Design in terms of our growth as a landscape design & build business and our direction towards larger-scale, longer-term, bigger-impact projects. We are incredibly grateful for our passionate clients that enable us to actualize our dream job every day, working with nature to design resilient landscape environments that face the ecological 

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August 3, 2021

Meet our Team of Top Landscape Designers | Serving Fairfield, CT + Westchester, NY

We are proud of our talented team that keeps Green Jay Landscape Design operating every day. Our landscape designers, craftsmen, horticultural experts, masons, and project managers all play a valuable role in making each project a stand-out success. Our team has grown over the last few years, and we’d like to introduce our landscape design team – making waves in 

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July 16, 2021

The Best Native Perennials for NY, CT & NJ [pt. 2]

Welcome back to Part Two of the BEST Native Perennials for NY, CT & NJ. These are often our go-to plants (provided the right site conditions!) because they all contribute majorly to the landscape ecology. All of these selections are regionally native plants that attract pollinators, birds and/or beneficial insects. Many of these native perennials also perform extra ecosystem services 

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March 31, 2021

Landscape Design Master Plans in Westchester County, NY

It’s been a busy start to 2021, planning and designing a slew of ecological landscapes and slotting construction dates for the spring and summer. After a year stuck at home, it’s no surprise that the home improvement industry is booming, particularly for those in landscaping. It seems the pandemic has shed new light on the value of serenity at home 

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