Hi. I’m David.

Growing up in England, starting from the age of ten I learnt a lot of what I know about gardening from my grandparents and parents. After laving high school, I studied Landscape, Design and construction at Lackham College in Wiltshire, England. During the last 10 years I have been adding more of the construction side to my repertoire, so I am able to supply you as my customer, a start to finish and after care of any job you ask me to do.

I am now living in Quebec and hope that you will enjoy the fresh ideas and techniques that I bring from England to add to an already beautiful province.

Our team of enthusiastic gardeners are better than the other companies because we really care.

As the CEO of Gardiens Du Jardin I will be present on every job so from start to finish and will ensure the highest quality of work is carried out.
Even when all the work is completed with a final sweep of a brush, we'll, be back in a month to check for snagging.
And we'll be back again in exactly a year to make sure your garden is as perfect as the day we left it.
As far as we know, no one else takes such care with after-sales care. But then maybe no one takes as much pride in their work as we do.

No matter how small or large your property, maintenance is a never ending and time consuming task. Let our qualified and experienced staff take the weight off your shoulders by providing a top quality and timely service, leaving you time to take care of more the important things in life.

At Gardiens Du Jardin, we strive to give back to the community. Every little helps when trying to preserve the city you love and enjoy. So remember to ask about our non-profit company, church and senior discounts.

Don't forget to contact us so we can provide you with a free estimate.

Thank you and enjoy our website.

"We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect"

Aldo Leopold - A sand county almanac
1st November 1887 - 21st April 1948