The Garden Route Company was founded by Richard Radford and Sandy Ayers in 2000 and has continued to design & build groundbreaking landscapes throughout California and abroad.

As licensed Landscape Architects and Contractors The Garden Route Co provides a seamless design/build service from conception to installation and garden care services.

The Garden Route Co has been the recipient of numerous prestigious landscape design and construction awards including winning Best of Show two years running at The SF Flower and Garden Show (2010, 2011).

Service Provided
Landscape Architecture Services, Build Services, Green Roofing, Vertical Gardens, General Engineering and Construction

Area Served
San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, Oakland, Berkley

Certification and Awards
ASLA, CLCA, Live Roof, SF Garden Show "Best of Show" 2010 & 2011, Sustainable Landscape Award 2004, Residential Sweepstakes Award 2011.
Collaborative Award Winning Bay Area Landscape Design Build Firm

Contact: The Garden Route Co Landscape Architecture & Construction
Location: 151 Haskins Way, Suite E
South San Francisco, CA 94080
License Number: 833753
Typical Job Costs: $35,000 - 500,000
Initial Consult = $250, Landscape Architecture = $135 per hour, Job Costing = $75 per hour
Commented: Which stone was used for the retaining walls? It's lovely. We designed/built the wall using Weathered Face Bluestone (Connecticut dry stack). It was purchased from Lyngso Garden Materials in Redwood City, CA. It is a very expensive stone @ around $800 per ton....
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Commented: what kind of stone are these pavers? These are Stepstone Pavers. Sand Blasted white!
October 26, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Chair These are Henrey Hall but we used them on this project 6yrs ago so they may have been discontinued.
September 10, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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The Garden Route Company commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: Which stone was used for the retaining walls? It's lovely.
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