We created a green landscaping company that reaches far beyond the bottom line, just as our landscapes involve much more than the aesthetics of the plants. Through our commitment to sustainability, we hope to have a positive and lasting impact within our community.
San Diego Home & Garden Magazine: Selected for 2016 ‘Faces of San Diego’ Edition.
Voted Best Landscaper 2016, 2015, & 2014: La Jolla Readers Choice Awards
We believe that it’s not only time for a transformation of our landscapes, but also time for the transformation to a healthier and more sustainable society. This means changes to our infrastructure and changes to the processes we take for granted. It is a transformation we believe can only be achieved through ACTION and this is why we are in this business. We set big initiatives: save water, restore native plants, and bring organic food production back into the city. Our philosophy has translated into a well thought-out, well-rounded, action-based company.
How We Got Started
Revolution Landscape was first conceived in 2008. With increased interest in sustainable practices and local food, the idea was transformed into an exciting company with a new way of looking at business, society, and the environment. Today, we not only look forward to building beautiful and bountiful landscapes but also to collaborating with community organizations. Some of our favorite activities are participating in Farmers Markets around town and doing garden workshops with local students.
American Society of Landscape Architects
Member since 2017. ASLA is a professional society for landscape architects. Its mission is to lead, to educate and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.
WaterSmart San Diego County Water Authority
Certified since 2015. San Diego County created the WaterSmart program to certify contractors. The goal is to help San Diego residents rethink the way we use our limited water resources and help people to make smart choices about their water use.
California Landscape Contractors Association
Member since 2010. The CLCA is a non-profit trade organization of licensed landscape contractors. The association’s goal is to promote the best-qualified professionals in the landscape industry, as they create beautiful, enduring landscapes that improve the quality of life.
U.S. Green Building Council
Member since 2013. The San Diego Chapter of the USGBC is a environmental non-profit dedicated to providing education, outreach, and advocacy surrounding green building in the San Diego community.
U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce
Member since 2010. At the USGC, the goal is to facilitate and support sustainable business practices that spur innovation, job creation, energy efficiency and an overall brighter economic future.