About Us/Our Process

B. Jane Gardens is currently accepting design + build projects. Services include:

  • Native and Adapted Plantings
  • Water-wise Irrigation Systems
  • Drainage Analysis & Resolution
  • Landscape Lighting
  • Decks, Patios and Walks
  • Walls, Fences & Gates
  • Pergolas
  • Outdoor Showers & Tubs
  • Swimming Pool Design
  • Water Features

Our process starts with an initial consultation. We meet you on site to walk the property, learn your needs and desires for the outdoor spaces, understand your aesthetic and functional preferences, and discuss ideas.

From there, we complete a site analysis and develop a design. An estimate for design work is provided after the initial consultation.

Budget proposals for installation work are provided once the design is approved. As a rule of thumb, installation budgets should be considered to start at 10% of the value of the home when landscaping the entire property. You may choose to complete the installation in phases or all at once.

To ensure we do not develop a plan that is unattainable for implementation, overall budgeting will be discussed at the initial consultation.

We schedule consultations Monday – Thursday between 10 am – 3 pm.

Please complete our Request a Consultation form and we will get back to you within two business days. Thanks!

TESTIMONIALS

“The smartest thing I ever did was hire this woman and turn her loose. My property, which was once a barren hillside, is now the showcase of the neighborhood. I confidently recommend B. Jane Gardens.”

– Peter Bickel, Investor

“B. Jane is highly creative and developed unique garden spaces supporting the architecture of our house and our lot. She is customer focused and a lot of fun to work with.”

– Michael Wilson, The Statesman Co.

“B. Jane really listened and grasped what we needed for our garden. We were amazed to see such a well thought out plan completed on time and under budget. Her work is tremendous! I strongly encourage others to trust their landscape projects to B. Jane Gardens.”

– Theophilus Ulmer, Dell