Ecology + Design

Our Newest Landscape Design & Build Service Areas: Essex, Bergen & Morris Counties, New Jersey

Green Jay Landscape Design is proud to announce our latest expansion: we are now offering our ecological landscape design & construction services to residents of Essex, Bergen and Morris County, New Jersey! 

New Jersey is home to many valuable and diverse ecosystems, from the sand dune coasts, to the tidal marshes and Pine Barren forests, New Jersey’s environment is worth protecting. We are proud to join the community of ecological land care, including New Jersey’s Pollinator Pathways program!

New Jersey Landscape Design

Now offering premiere landscape design, custom construction, ecological consulting, wetland & ecological restoration, and estate management services to New Jersey residents of Essex, Bergen & Morris Counties.

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For more information on our work in each county, visit our location pages:

Essex County

Morris County

Bergen County

Contact us to schedule an on-site consultation or a free 15-minute discovery call. 

Green Jay Landscape Design

Where Design Meets Ecology

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15 Minute Discovery Call

Let’s discuss your goals and determine if we are a good fit for your project.

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