We believe that every window deserves a great view.
We create engaging landscapes with purpose and authenticity; we want you to step outside and be moved.
We graft grace to function. Let your garden be your favorite outdoor room.
We embrace ecological sensitivity through indigenous materials, so your landscape looks at home in its native setting.
We design your landscape to complement your home's architecture and spirit.
Katherine Moreau: Founder + Design Principal
Katherine is a New York Botanical Garden certified commercial horticulturist, nursery dealer, and landscape designer practicing residential garden design for over a decade. Her gardens have been featured on multiple landscape tours in Westchester County, as well as published in Better Homes & Gardens. Katherine has also been actively involved in organizations that build community through horticulture, agriculture and open land preservation. Former leadership positions include: Chairman of Gardens and Landscapes, John Jay Homestead (Katonah NY); President, Rusticus Garden Club (Bedford NY); and Founder/Director, InterGenerate’s Heritage Egg Co-op (Katonah NY).
Kristen Moreau: Associate Designer
Kristen is an architectural and landscape designer. She recently designed 35 parks for the Chicago Park District. Kristen received a Masters in Architecture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and holds a B.A. in Art and Visual Culture from Bates College. At Verdant View, she focuses on design support and business development.
Press & Awards
Better Homes & Gardens - "Hillside Escape" [view]
Outdoor Home Magazine - "Entrancing Entrances" [view]
Westchester Magazine - "Exterior Motives: The Yard as the New Living Room" [view]
Houzz - Best of Houzz 2016 for Client Satisfaction [view]
Bedford-Katonah Patch - "InterGenerate Launches Heritage Egg Co-op at John Jay Homestead" [view]
Bedford-Katonah Patch - "KES First Graders to Hatch Chicks for Local Egg Co-Op" [view]
The Journal News: Lower Hudson - "Supporting Environmental Causes in Northern Westchester" [view]
National Association of Professional Women - Woman of the Year 2015
Garden Club of America - Ann Lyons Crammond Award for Environmental Education
Garden Club of America - Ruth Sharpe Award for Open Space Preservation