Statile & Todd


Services Provided
Landscape Architecture, Landscape Construction, Masonry, Irrigation, Landscape Lighting, Estate Management, Seasonal Displays, Tree & Shrub Care,

Areas Served
New Jersey, New York, NYC, Pa, Philadelphia

Business Description
Statile & Todd is a design build landscape contracting firm that works in the metro nyc area. We work with other Landscape Architects, Architects and builders to create landscapes that are unique, compliment the homes and lifestyles of our clients. The firm is a turnkey operation with our own masons, irrigation and lighting teams, planting specialists along with property management and enhancements. Complete ornamental and tree care is available. We strive to exceed expectations with every project.
New Jersey Landscape Design & Construction Firm - Best of Houzz
Contact:
Michael Todd 
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Address:
540 Route 202
Far Hills, NJ 07931 
Fax:
(908) 204-0246 
Statile & Todd is following American Society of Landscape Architects
July 23, 2014
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We can't find the actual variety of these Banana Trees. They do not over winter in our zone and used in annual plantings.
July 21, 2014 at 5:41am      Thanked by Rajendra Trivedi
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Rajendra Trivedi
that looks like paradize
July 21, 2014 at 6:07am   
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I just googled them and it looks like Ensete Ventricosum 'Maurelii'
July 21, 2014 at 6:23am   
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These are Banana Trees
July 21, 2014 at 5:42am   
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Danny Huang
Sorry, where can I purchase this bench?
July 16, 2014 at 12:08pm   
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Happy Shopping...http://www.henryhalldesigns.com/
July 18, 2014 at 1:18pm   
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Statile & Todd now has a photo featured in an ideabook

Solve Your Garden Border Dilemmas With Planted Pots

Set your containers free from the patio — placed among plantings in the ground, they fill unsightly gaps, let you experiment and more Full Story
     Comment   July 13, 2014
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Annette Reynolds
Very useful information, and very timely - as I'm always trying to make my very large garden easier to manage as I - ahem - grow older.
July 19, 2014 at 12:29pm     
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ldipaola
Love the article. We had a slight hillside in the yard and I didn't know what to do until I found some pots with the flat bottom. You can hang on the wall or place on the ground. We placed them on the hillside with a plant that will drape over the edge and trail down the rocks.
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Review by Andrea Buckingham, CLA:

I have always admired Statile & Todd's work and had the pleasure of working with them recently in the installation of one of my projects. Their attention to...
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Review by Scott A. Patkochis LLC:

Having worked side by side with Statile and Todd for over 10 years I can honestly say that from the initial design to completion they are refreshingly professio...
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Review by Arturo Palombo Architecture:

We just completed a complex installation for a new Barn and entertainment area for a Historic Residence in Short Hills, New Jersey. Statile & Todd competed the...
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Review for Rice and Brown Architects:

Chris and Dustin are true professionals and have a team of folks that produce custom home designs that are elegant with enormous detail. Throughout the process...
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