Achieve the Landscape of Your Dreams
We are a Vermont-based landscape company that specializes in custom natural stonework for your property and home. Blessed to live in a state where rock is abundant, we take pride in building with stone sourced from native and local sources. Whether building a set of steps, a patio, or wall, we strive to create stonework that fits naturally into each unique property and can be enjoyed for many generations.
About Our Work
Landscapes of Lasting Elegance
With over 35 years in business, we have the experience to help you achieve the landscape of your dreams. We excel at working with our clients to create outdoor spaces and features that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing–increasing value, while adding lasting elegance to their properties and homes.
Jeb has been in landscaping most of his life–getting his start at age twelve when he and his brothers began a lawn mowing business. His introduction to stonework occurred in 1981 when his father encouraged him to try walling as an aesthetic option for disposing of rock removed from clearing land. After he gave Jeb a short overview of the basics of walling Jeb was hooked. Deciding to follow his passion for working outdoors and with his hands, Jeb became a self-taught master of the craft. Over the years, Jeb has developed a unique style that utilizes native and local Vermont stone to create landscapes of functional beauty that will last for generations. After more than 35 years of professionally building walls, he stills loves what he does for a living, and is happy to be sharing his knowledge with the next generation of wallers.
Ethan brings youth and enthusiasm to the operations of Vermont Landscaping and Stonework. As a self-taught stonewaller with a passion for Vermont’s working landscape of forests and field-lined stone walls, Ethan enjoys working within these mediums to create functional and aesthetic spaces for clients. For the past 7 years, Ethan has been indulging his hobbies of building with stone, playing with water, and tending trees in North Chittenden. He now feels blessed to do this work full-time.