Sustainable and Award Winning
Landscapes by Bayscape Landscape
Sustainability has been Bayscape Landscape’s guiding principle since we began more than 30 years ago. Our aim is not only to protect the environment, but to sustain the high level of excellence and service our clients have come to expect.
Our company mission is to keep our Bay Area landscape healthy, beautiful, and prospering, by offering superb landscape maintenance services backed by quality workmanship, sustainability, and top-notch customer service.
Visit our portfolio to view our CLCA award winning projects – proof of our strong relationships with landscape designers and our level of dedication and attention to detail on every job. Residential, municipal, HOA, or commercial, our clients stay with us for years, and you will too!
We provide landscaping services to the following areas:
• San Jose
• Santa Clara
• Mountain View
• Palo Alto
• Los Altos Hills
• Willow Glen
• Los Gatos
…and surrounding neighborhoods.
How to Make a Poinsettia Last Longer
Poinsettias come in a wide range of colors. You can find reds, marbles, whites, and even pinks. Whichever color you choose, the care is the same for a long lasting poinsettia. 1) The actual flower of a poinsettia is directly in the center. The leaves, the colored portions, are actually leaves that have colored up. They […][ read more ]
Decorative, Perennial and Delicious! Two Perfect Vegetables for Winter Planting
Do the words “winter” and “garden” ever cross your mind? Asparagus and Artichoke are perfect for winter planting, and once established, are a long term relationship that will keep giving… With the right care, they will produce delicious vegetables for years to come! Read on for tips on planting and caring for these perennial beauties […][ read more ]
It’s Harvest Season! (And the Perfect Time to Plant Shrubs)
Fall is here in the Bay Area! We hope you’re enjoying all of the richness of the harvest season. October is a great time to consider planting shrubs, woody ornamentals and trees. According to the University of California Master Gardeners, Ceanothus, manzanita, Monardella villosa (coyote mint), ribes (currant), toyon, buckwheat are all good choices. […][ read more ]