Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC


Services Provided
Residential landscape design

Areas Served
New England

Typical Job Cost
$50,000 - $1,000,000

Business Description
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC is a Boston-based design firm committed to creating lush, balanced landscapes for high-end residential clientele throughout the Northeast. We create and implement meaningful, authentic design solutions that embrace the complexities of each site and grasp the dynamic rhythms of everyday life. Each garden incorporates existing site features and strengthens the connections between interior and exterior spaces. Our environmentally distinctive approach results from a unique understanding of what it means to live in seasonal New England.

Certification and Awards
(2009/10/12/14) BSLA Merit Award
2013 NEH "5 Under 40" Winner
2013 APLD Gold Award (2)
2013 APLD Merit Award (2)
2013 "Best of Boston Home"
2013/14 "Best of Houzz"
2012 APLD Merit Award
2012 BSLA Merit Award
2011 APLD Gold Award (2)
2010 Suburbia Transformed
Location:
Winchester, MA US 
Contact:
Matthew Cunningham 
Type:
 
Address
540 Main Street, Suite 6,
Winchester, Massachusetts,
United States, 01890 
Fax:
(617) 321-4014 
License #:
Maine RLA (#LAR3299) 
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC now has a photo featured in an ideabook

Lessons in the Rewards of Selfless Gardening

Let go of gardening for your own vision and watch the garden’s own true vision come forth Full Story
     Comment   March 21, 2014
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YogaJulie
jahilton and greenrivergirl, I'm in Santa Rosa trying to do some of the same things....attract wildlife, use no chemicals, and plant that which is deer-resistant; I appreciate what you've shared about gardening in this area. I hope the bees and butterflies return to all of us----do plant some milkweed for the monarchs, too.
April 1, 2014 at 8:47am     
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Jo
I had a terrible plague of Iris borers, it seemed I was losing the battle until an older friend told this trick. It is messy and time consuming but it worked. I dug all the iris, put them in a pile and then found an old wash tub. My friend told me to fill the tub about half full, maybe 10 gallons of water. Then I added a half a cup of bleach. I mixed it around, then put the iris in the tub. The next day I took each plant, cut off the rotten places and dug out the borers. After cutting back the foliage to a consistent height, I replanted them in a different location. I haven't had Iris borers since. I'm not sure if moving the plants caused the improvement or the cleaning and bleach rinse did the trick. It worked for me. I am so happy with the results! I realize using bleach is not a natural cure but I feel like it was better than spraying or just digging them up and throwing them in a ditch.
April 6, 2014 at 7:25am   
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Review by Wellen Construction:

Landscaping is a key component of building a home. I have had the pleasure of working on several large projects with Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design as the...
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Review by Margaret:

Matthew was recommended to us by our architect (Will Ruhl at Ruhl Walker) as someone who was creative and interested in modern landscapes. Matthew designed the ...
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Review by mitchrock:

Matthew starts with connecting with his clients and getting an understanding of how they live and how their outdoor space will be integrated in their lives. He...
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Review by ohharriet:

I hired Matthew because he got it. Not only was he excited by the design concept but he also understood that I meant it when I said I wanted a no work garden. ...
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Review by Jessica Tsymbal:

Working with Matthew is a fantastic experience. We knew we wanted to hire him when he walked past some existing mountain laurels that were slated for removal a...
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We have worked closely with the folks at Olde New England Granite for many years, and we can honestly say we don't know how we could do what we do without them!...
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