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KMS Gardens and Design

KMS Gardens and Design

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About Us

KMS designs and installs urban gardens. We specialize in city-sized landscapes for residential clients and small businesses. Additional services include seasonal containers, renovation of existing gardens, patio, walk and deck designs, rooftop gardens, vegetable gardens, bulb designs and outdoor holiday décor. KMS welcomes long-term client relationships that include seasonal maintenance of our installations. We maintain sustainable and organic gardening practices and have experience designing and installing LEED certified and native gardens.

Services Provided

Custom Water Features, Deck Design, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Hardscaping, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans, Organic Gardens, Patio Design, Project Management, Site Planning, Seasonal Containers/Planters, Renovate Landscapes, New Home Landscapes, Shrub and Perennial Borders, Design and installation of Garden and Landscape Sp, Bulb Designs and Displays, Landscape Design Consultation, Annual Plantings and Displays, Water Feature Design, Urban Garden Design and Installation, Small Garden Design and Maintenance, Rooftop Designs, Outdoor Furniture, Contemporary Garden Designs, Water and Fire Features

Areas Served

Chicago, Chicago-Lincoln Park, Chicago-Lakeview, Chicgao-Roscoe Village, Chicago-Gold Coast, Chicago- North Center, Chicago-Wrigleyville, Chicago-Andersonville, Chicago-Bucktown, Chicago-Wicker Park, Chicago-West Town, Chicago-Logan Square


2017 Best of Houzz Customer Service Award Chicago Botanic Garden- Ornamental Plant Materials Program Graduate LDA- Landscape Designer's Association of Chicago ILCA- Illinois Landscape Contractors Association


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Design ideas for a mid-sized traditional partial sun front yard garden path in Chicago for spring.

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Chicago, IL
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