Cayuga Landscape Co., Inc.
2712 North Triphammer Road Ithaca, NY 607-257-3000.
Our Garden Center will reopen March 10, 2014! 8-5 Monday-Friday, 9 – 5 Saturday.
We have seed starter kits, bagged soil, seed starting mix, plug trays, herb pots and seeds. For a list of our seeds, go to 2014 seeds. This year we’re trying a new variety of watermelon, Petite Yellow Watermelon, which in addition to great nutritional value, has a comparatively short growing season, 65 to 80 days. We’re also offering Sweet Dumpling Squash, a small but very sweet squash. And yes, kale has joined the roster: Siberian Improved Dwarf and Blue Scotch Curled.
Our Business and Landscaping offices are open Monday to Friday, 8 to 5. Stop by or call us, 257-3000, to discuss a potential landscape design and other work.
Cayuga Landscape is looking for a few good crew workers for the 2014 season and our Garden Center would like to talk to those with a solid base of plant knowledge. Interested? Fill out an application and send it in to us. Downloadable applications are also on the employment page.
Welcome to Cayuga Landscape Company!.
Inviting walkways, outdoor rooms, banks of blooms: Let us design your garden retreat.
For 34 years our mission has been to create and maintain imaginative and sustainable landscapes in Tompkins County, NY, including complete site development and garden creation for your home and for our community green spaces. To support this mission we operate the following divisions:
We are your complete source for all garden plants, gifts, and horticultural materials. We
are also a specialist nursery in deer-resistant plants and therefore stock an extensive list of boxwoods, hellebores, and other deer-proof plants. We have a huge selection of large trees of all kinds… especially native shade, flowering, and evergreen trees grown at our own nursery on Bundy Road in the Town of Ithaca. Our staff of horticultural zealots are professionally trained and eager to help you select the right plant for the right site. So come stroll through our delightfully diverse selection at our pastoral site high above Cayuga Lake. You’ll find us only 2 miles north of Rt. 13 on North Triphammer Rd.
Whether you need a design for your entire home environment or for a small construction or planting project, we are poised to help.
Our four estimators are talented garden designers or landscape architects… and all four of us have degrees in Landscape Architecture. We do not decorate your house but instead create true environments…. from the initial house-siting, grading, and drainage to the final sodding, planting, and garden lighting. Entry courtyards, backyard rooms, rain gardens, groves, and meadows are just a few of the potential features we may create for you. Our landscape planting and construction crews have extensive experience creating retaining walls, terraces, walkways, stairways, pillars, fences, gates, lawns, gardens, pools, landscape lighting, French drains, and more. Many are either CNLPs (Certified Nursery-Landscape Professionals) or ICPI graduates (International Concrete Paver Institute). Let us design your garden retreat! Please call to meet one of our estimators: David Fernandez, Christian Gruber, or Heather Bremenstuhl.
You can leave all the garden maintenance for your property in our hands. Our horticulture team will mow and trim your lawn or meadow, care for your garden beds and plantings,
scout for insect and disease pests, and protect your plantings from the ravages of deer and rodents. We leave your property neat and tidy after every visit. Mowing, for Cayuga Landscape, includes blowing debris off all your paved surfaces. Our most popular horticultural service plan is for 4 seasonal visits: spring cleanup and mulching, summer pruning and bed care, fall cleanup, and finally winter protection. Please see our Spring and Fall Checklists to review our typical services.
We have an extensive resume of successfully completed projects with some of the top General Contractors in the Northeast. Completed projects at Cornell University include: Milstein Hall, Weill Hall, Bailey Plaza, Tiger Glen Garden designed by Marc Peter Keane, Cornell Plantations Welcome Center, Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Other community projects over the years have included the entire Tompkins County Airport and many of the new landscapes at the Cayuga Medical Center.
We have extensive experience with large tree moving, green roof installation, rain gardens, sports turf fields, timber stairways and wall, Unilock retaining walls and pavers, and with stone and carpentry work.
We have the resources to meet your critical deadlines: an experienced staff of fifty, a fleet of 30 vehicles, a dozen pieces of heavy equipment, and, in addition we have specialized equipment such as rock-hounds, hydroseeders and treespades.
We grow almost all the trees we sell at our 25-acre Bundy Road farm on Ithaca’s West Hill. Our trees are naturally acclimated to your growing conditions here in Tompkins County and are transplanted with a minimum of stress to the tree. We operate a separate 90 acre farm which produces hay and sustainable forest products, such as natural black locust fence posts, riven maple picket fencing, cleft oak gates, woven wood hurdles and more.