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About Adamson Landscape Concepts
Adamson Landscape Concepts has been an integral part of the Southern Oregon community for nearly 14 years.  We offer a full range of landscaping services to homeowners and businesses. We take pride in creating beautiful, sustainable landscape designs which work with nature rather than against it. 

Adamson Landscape Concepts is family-owned and operated. Since our company opened its doors in 2002, we have grown our reputation one landscape at a time with quality work and reliable services. When Extreme Makeover: Home Edition came to Southern Oregon, Adamson Landscape Concepts worked tirelessly to help create the amazing front entry water feature for the makeover.  
"This seemingly useless 6'x13' area in my backyard turned out to be the ideal spot for a dry rock pond.  The sound of the water circulating through a mossy rock helps create a zen-like feeling which makes meditating easy.  A myriad of ferns and star jasmine help to conceal the chain-link fence.  Thanks to all of you at Adamson Landscape Concepts!"  ~ Marlyn Mason
"Working with Jeff and his crew at our home has been a pleasure. He has worked with us on two projects: developing and installing a water feature in our entryway and updating our landscaping after living in our home for about 10 years. He and his crew are exceptional and I enjoyed having them work on my property. In addition, he has been extremely helpful when I have had problems with my irrigation system (which he did not initially install). I look to him for any landscaping needs that I have. He is currently working with us on project #3, designing and building a pergola on our large back redwood deck as well as updating the landscaping around it to make it a more pleasant place to hang out and entertain. I am excited to watch this project unfold. I highly recommend Jeff and his crew for any of your landscaping needs." ~ Judy McReynolds