Ecology + Design

Introducing: Green Jay Landscape Design | NY, CT, NJ

We are thrilled to finally announce our re-brand, a shift we’ve been working on behind the scenes for the last year. Our brand name is now Green Jay Landscape Design, a change we felt reflected our specialization over the last few years into an ecological landscape design and build firm.

In the last two years, we’ve improved and expanded our design and build services to highlight our specialty: native landscapes that support ecosystem services and healthy lifestyles for our clients.



Of course, none of our branding efforts would be possible without the help of our incredible team: Melissa Tatge, graphic designer with All the Good Design, our talented team of web designers at Socious Marketing, and our tireless SEO friends at Market Hardware.



We invite you to explore our new website – we’re very proud of it!


A re-imagined Portfolio, that highlights the range of properties and types of work we perform.  Some of our favorite, newly featured projects include: Courtyard Cloister Garden, Lakefront Pollinator ParterreNative Pool Landscape and Private Nature Preserve.

Garden beds define and relate landscape areas (ie. pool area and vegetable garden)

Thanks to our talented photographers Rich Pomerantz and Neil Landino and our videographer Chris Jones of Shoreline Video Production for helping us to capture and communicate our work.

Every garden needs a bench moment to take in the views.


Consulting with other designers, contractors, municipalities, and homeowners on more technical projects has become an increasingly important wing of our business.

These projects step beyond the typical scope of landscape design to solve real environmental problems on complicated sites.

Our eco-consulting expertise includes:

Wetland Restoration

Erosion Control

Stormwater Management

Carbon Smart Landscaping

Invasive Species Control

Project Management

Residential Sustainable Stewardship

A new solution we offer for large property owners (five acres or more) is our Residential Sustainable Stewardship program. We observe and analyze the microclimates of a property and develop a long-term plan of action to restore ecological value to the property.  Depending on the site, this may include understory development, wetland restoration, meadow management, and trail building.

Service Area

New in 2022, we’ve expanded our service area to include Bergen County, New Jersey  for landscape design, build and eco-consulting.

We are now proudly a Tri-State Area operator, serving Westchester & Putnam Counties, New York; Fairfield County, Connecticut; and Bergen County, New Jersey.

One of our first projects in New Jersey was an extreme slope remediation and erosion control project in Old Tappan, NJ.  Read more about the project here.

Follow Us

We invite you to follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes content, events, tips, and most recent project footage. Our blog  is regularly updated with landscape design and construction project summaries, ecological education posts, and more!

Contact Us

We are currently scheduling on-site professional consultations and queuing up landscape design and construction work for 2023. Contact us  to discuss your project.

Green Jay Landscape Design
Where Design Meets Ecology


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