Organic Landscape Management

We design on the premise that nature nurtures: as humans, we delight and benefit in our daily greenery, in observing a bird nesting or a butterfly drinking nectar. So on that premise, the chemical diet of traditional landscaping doesn’t cut it. 

Chemical pesticides and herbicides are indiscriminate in their attack, destroying soil microbiology and polluting waterways and aquatic life with runoff. Synthetic fertilizers are a quick fix feed for plants, but do nothing for the plant’s immune system or lasting health. What’s more, there is simply not enough research on the long-term effects of these toxic exposures on human and pet health.

At Green Jay Landscaping, we believe that your landscape deserves a whole-system, holistic approach to maintenance and management. Our team members are NOFA Accredited Organic Land Care Professionals and approved contractors for the Bedford 2020 Healthy Yard ProgramRye Healthy Yard Program, and the Pollinator Pathway Project. We proudly provide communities in Westchester, Fairfield, and Putnam counties with organic, ecological, full-service landscape maintenance.

Our Services

  • Full Service Grounds Maintenance
  • Estate Management
  • Spring & Fall Clean Ups
  • Winter Landscape Preparations
  • Organic Gardening
  • Organic Lawn Care (Aeration, Seeding & Fertilization)
  • Mulch Mowing (Lawn & Leaves)
  • Organic Plant Health Care (Lawn, Tree & Shrub)
  • Gutter, Leaders & Storm Drain Cleaning
  • Storm Clean Up
  • Tree Pruning & Removal
  • Irrigation Systems

Bedford 2020 Healthy Yard Program

The commitment of the Healthy Yards Program is to help people change from harmful yard practices, which produce greenhouse gases and endanger wildlife, to healthy yard practices.

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Rye Healthy Yard Program

The Rye Healthy Yard Program (RHYP) seeks to promote awareness about the health and environmental benefits of using natural landscaping practices in our community.

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Pollinator Pathway

The Pollinator Pathway project is organized by town conservation organizations working together to establish pollinator-friendly habitats for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and more.

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