Colorful California Landscape: A Water-Friendly Garden
Colorful California Landscape:  A Water-Friendly Garden


See below for our contact information as well as contact information for our landscape architect, executive gardener, and landscape/masonry contractor.

Amanda VanDenburgh, PhD & Barbara Yunker, LCSW - 2010 Grand Prize Winners fo the Roger's Gardens Best California Friendly Garden and Division Winner for Best Water Efficiency.

Our landscape is currently maintained by Miguel Molina, Southern Green Landscape, 1526 W. Saint Gertrude Place, Santa Ana, CA 92704.  Cellphone: 714-335-7047.  License 915952. He is very knowledgeable regarding the care and maintenance of water-friendly plants as well as drip irrigation systems. Our plants are thriving under his care.

Our landscape was designed by: Guy Stivers, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Planning, Urban Forestry. Stivers & Associates, Inc., 160 Centennial Way, Suite 3, Tustin, CA 92780. Phone: 714-838-9811, FAX: 714-838-0727, Mobile: 714-357-6386. Registered Landscape Architect (#2708), California Urban Forest Council Certified Urban Forester (#104), ISA Certified Arborist (#WE-3915A), Licensed Landscape Contractor (inactive-C-27 #430017), Irrigation Associate Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor.

Kerry Snyder, Snyder & Associates (P.O. Box 5606, Orange, CA 92863) was responsible for the remodeled hardscape and softscape. Phone: 714-997-2709. His company is a full service landscape/masonry contractor and landscape architectural firm.


Our parkway was designed and installed by: David Kern Landscape Planning, Executive Gardener, Landscape Architecture License #NV450, CA C-27 Contractor #977081, LEED AP, American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). 26 Windflower, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656-1435. Phone: 949-280-6649.  He currently does "special projects" for us such as replanting, thinning the trees, and disease/pest management.

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Stewardship requires the recognition that we are all caretakers of the environment and economy for the benefit of present and future generations. We must balance the impacts of today's decisions with the needs of future generations. - The Minnesota Round Table on Sustainable Development (1998)