MISSION – To bring to life affordable, simple, stylish, and sustainable gardens replacing turf with California Friendly gardens across the LA Basin. We install high-quality plants & materials, and we believe in durability by doing it right the first time. We are delighted in the opportunity to help clients make this shift with full confidence that their new yards will be water-wise, plus be healthy for their families, local wildlife, soil, and pollinators.
Unlike our competitors, Terra Seco Gardens offers nothing but sustainable turf removal solutions – NO new grass, NO fake grass, NO gravelscapes, NO solid impenetrable surfaces! Your new yard may qualify for the rebates (as & if the remain available), while you rest assured it’s a long-term sustainable solution. We can also add upgrade options such as edging, rain gardens, rain barrels, etc – please check out our services page!
We care deeply about the local habitat & watershed of not just your garden, but the greater LA ecosystem since all of our outdoor spaces are interwoven into a tapestry of urban sustainability with each & every yard playing a part. We install ecologically sound gardens in a lovely range of styles that complement your home’s architectural style and your personal taste.
The right landscape can increase a home’s value by up to 15%, according to the Association of Landscape Contractors of America. Consider how all of the outdoor elements contribute to the way your home presents itself to the world -if any of these elements are chosen improperly, they can create a variety of consequential problems, from lessening your home’s street appeal to releasing toxic chemicals, increasing the likelihood of flooding, harming beneficial insects & wildlife & the soil, and polluting the greater environment beyond the property boundaries. As a response to the ongoing drought, our city’s outdoor spaces are currently undergoing a paradigm shift as Angelinos realize turf wastes water and doesn’t contribute to healthy local eco-systems due to its use of chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, and gas-fueled equipment contributing to noise pollution & CO2 emissions.