Megan Montgomery has a Bachelor's degree in Landscape Architecture from Texas A&M University and has been professionally practicing since 2006 in Texas, DC Metro, and Louisiana. Her career in Landscape Architecture started with luxury commercial design in The Woodlands, TX. Upon graduation, she moved with the company she interned with in Texas to Northern Virginia where she gained superior knowledge in horticulture and landscape construction. Upon returning home to Louisiana, Megan worked in New Orleans continuing commercial landscaping until opening her own business in 2017.
Megan's lush landscape designs are a staple of her creativity with nature, where she uses lots of native vegetation in her plant palette. These designs are full of texture, hierarchy and color, and the plants are adaptable to the heat and wetlands. Her specialty to detail, whether it is hardscape or softscape, and the efforts to achieve a look that's timeless and sustainable, is proven through her methodically planned out designs
Because the fragrance from the blooms and vegetation of the deep south remind Megan so much of home, she created a candle line to mimic Louisiana's most favorable native plants, Magnolia, Azalea, Camellia, Swamp Palmetto, Iris and Live Oak. Please visit the online store to shop for these natural soy wax candles that are hand poured with Cajun love in Youngsville, Louisiana
Megan was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana and graduated from St. Thomas More Catholic High School in 2001.
William has a degree in Civil Engineering from University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He was a Survey Engineer in the Oil Field for 10 years before transitioning to landscape design build. His precision and attention to detail in the built environment helps drive efficiency to every design executed.
Daniel has a Bachelor of Science from the University of New Orleans and has been in the landscaping industry since 2019. He has worked on gardens developing historic spaces in St Martin and Iberia parishes, including the Eternal Flame Garden adjacent to Longfellow-Evangeline Oak. His keen eye for design brings special talent to the team.