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TreeHouse, the world’s first home upgrade company, has partnered with Southern Botanical to offer clients a full-service experience from consultation and design to installation and maintenance for responsible outdoor spaces. This marks the first retail presence for Southern Botanical, the premiere green landscaping services company in Texas, and further extends the TreeHouse mission to make homes healthy, beautiful and sustainable both inside and out.

“At TreeHouse, we are committed to helping our clients build healthy and sustainable spaces with an emphasis on high performance and design. By partnering with Southern Botanical, what TreeHouse provides for homes indoors, we can now extend outdoors,” says Jason Ballard, co-founder and president of TreeHouse. “By emphasizing native plants, low toxicity and water-wise principles, we can restore the health of the natural landscape one yard at a time.”

The retail location will be at 2201 Preston Road, in Plano. An additional location is set to open at TreeHouse Dallas this spring. The award-winning landscaping business will offer expert consultations to create sustainable outdoor sanctuaries for the home or commercial spaces. Services range from designing and building local landscapes, water-wise irrigation, hardscape, decks and arbors to maintaining landscapes, trees and plant health care.

For more information, visit SouthernBotanical.com.

 

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