Beautiful landscapes begin with an exceptional design by Ginkgo Leaf Studio. Design principal James Drzewiecki and landscape designer/horticulturist Christa Olsen specialize in custom landscape designs for residential clients, from small intimate gardens to large estates and a wide range of commercial properties. We focus on creating stunning and inspired exterior spaces designed especially for you.

Our 33 years in architecture and horticulture combined has influenced our design style, which is recognized for landscapes that encompass strong geometric lines, bold flowing curves, innovative architectural elements, and unique plant compositions.

Both inventive and technical, we believe exceptional landscape design is creating art through nature’s inspiration. This is our passion.

Services Provided
Our full array of landscape design services includes:
Existing site analysis and plant inventory
Hardscape design including: patios, walks, driveways, decks, fencing and walls, arbors and pergolas, pools and water features, lighting
Planting plans for all garden and architectural styles
Bid review, Project Supervision, nursery plant selection and plant layout
Furniture and garden art selection

Areas Served
Wisconsin, Illinois and throughout the Midwest. We will travel for projects outside our area.

Certifications and Awards
Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association – Residential Design and Construction 2013: Gold Award, Silver Award, Silver Award

Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association – Residential Design and Construction 2012: Gold Award, Bronze Award
Award-winning Milwaukee Area
Landscape Designer Best of Houzz 2015

Contact: James Drzewiecki
Location: W63 N672 Washington Ave.
Cedarburg, WI 53012
Typical Job Costs: $20,000 - 500,000
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