Ross NW Watergardens offers landscape design / build services in the Portland, OR area. We are a family business with three generations of landscape expertise. Landscaping is our craft, the only thing we have ever done. We have a team of employees, craftsmen, designers, and subcontractors who feel the same way!

When you work with us you will meet Ross "Joe" Bowen who has owned and operated Ross NW Watergardens since 1999. Ben Bowen, the third generation of landscaper in the family, is our head landscape designer.

Ross NW Watergardens is proud to provide full service design/build landscape services to the Portland, Oregon area. This means we can consult on your landscape, design solutions that work for your family, and then create the landscape you want. Ross NW Watergardens is the only landscape professional you will need.

We specialize in custom residential landscapes with a focus on water features and hardscaping. However, our approach is flexible- we are happy to help with any landscape project you have in mind.

Do you have a Midcentury Modern home? Or are you looking for a Japanese garden? Please contact us!

Services Provided
Landscape Design, Landscaping, Water Features, Koi Ponds, Irrigation Systems, Hardscapes, Stone Masonry, Paver Installation, Retaining Walls, Outdoor Fire Pits, Outdoor Fire Places

Areas Served
Portland, Lake Oswego, West Linn, Happy Valley, Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin, Wilsonville, Clackamas, Oregon City and surrounding areas.

Certifications and Awards
Best of Houzz 2013 and 2014
Top Landscaping Firm- Portland Business Journal
TLC's "Landscaper of the Year" Finalist for 2014
Contact: Ross "Joe" Bowen
Location: 7607 SE 104th Ave
Portland, OR 97266
License Number: LCB 9085
Typical Job Costs: $10,000 - 50,000
Landscape designs are typically $1,000 - $3,000.
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