The Northwest Gardener is a full-service landscaping, irrigation and grounds maintenance company. Whether you need completely new landscape, renovation of existing landscape or full maintenance of present grounds, you'll find we not only satisfy your needs, but exceed your expections. We pride ourselves in being the best we can be.
We offer residential and commercial landscaping and irrigation, and we work hard to earn and keep your business.
Serving the Puget Sound area since 1984.
To first: Be good stewards to our small pieces of Earth.
To then: Provide ourselves happiness and a satisfying quality of life. Provide our customers our best effort.
Be kind at every opportunity.
To always remember the three basic principles of The Northwest Gardener:
Respect; Responsibility; Honesty.
Doug began in the landscaping business in his hometown of Spokane in 1974, moved from Spokane to the Eastside in 1980 and ventured out on his own in 1984 to begin The Northwest Gardener. Doug is a Certified Landscape Technician as well as a licensed Pesticide Applicator and is currently interested in ways to organically reduce pests and unwanted weeds.
Connie started her first business owning a Hair Salon and Spa business in Spokane. In 1985, Connie added a second location in The Coeur d'Alene Resort, located in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. She joined Doug in 1991 at The Northwest Gardener. She is the Business Manager, along with managing the Flower Designs for the Commercial Installation Division of The Northwest Gardener.
Kyle began in his family's landscaping business at fourteen, pulling weeds and learning the ropes on his summer breaks from school. Since then, has had become the company's Installation Division Manager; overseeing large public works and smaller residential projects. He is both a certified arborist and irrigation technician. Kyle finds the most joy installing hardscapes. Patios, walls, water features and working with stone will always have him smiling. In his free time he enjoys camping, reading, animals, dancing and fitness.
Hunter began working for The Northwest Gardener part time at fourteen. Throughout the years, he has been an integral part of the NWG team. Hunter attended Washington State University and Whatcom Community College prior to earning his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management at Western Washington University in 2016. Presently Hunter serves as the Maintenance Division Manager.