Sean James has built an international reputation for sustainable landscaping.
The company specializes in quality design, consulting – building on over 30 years of experience in horticulture – and overseeing of construction projects; combining unmatched horticultural knowledge with an eye for aesthetics and eco-initiatives such as rainwater handling, habitat creation and biodiversity. If you’re looking for a quality installer, through his contacts in the industry and years of teaching for Mohawk College, Sean can network you to the best contractors for your project.
This unique skill set has led Sean to consult and design with researchers, universities and industry experts across North America. Sean is on an ongoing mission to remain at the cutting-edge of eco-landscape design and installation.
Sean James Consulting & Design is firmly committed to putting expertise to use in the community by educating on the use of native species and demonstrating the beauty of sustainable gardens. Sean’s landscapes have won international awards and he’s created landscapes from coast to coast.
It is not difficult to sell people on concepts like biodiversity and bioretention when the results are seamlessly, yet elegantly, integrated into the landscape. This twin ethos of beauty and sustainability makes Sean James Consulting & Design the favourite of conservation groups and homeowners alike - allowing the company to create landscapes which benefit the entire community.
Sean James has been gardening professionally since age sixteen. He is a graduate of the prestigious Niagara Parks School of Horticulture, a Master Gardener and was named one of “20 Canadians Making a Difference” in the Canada-wide magazine GardenMaking.
An active and responsible member of the community, Sean has supported volunteer projects such as the Milton Millennium Gardens, the United Way Christmas House Tour and Canada Blooms, in addition to helping kids complete community service hours.
Sean runs an environmentally-friendly company, using eco-friendly materials, recycling, composting and promoting responsible use of biological controls. The office is even powered by Bullfrog Power, using 100% green hydro and natural gas which is harvested from methane from landfills, giving it a zero-carbon footprint.