We Keep Invasive Species at Bay and Prioritize the Health of Your Property

We aim to protect local biodiversity

An invasive plant is an alien species whose introduction or spread negatively impacts native biodiversity, the economy, and sometimes, human health. Second to habitat loss, invasive species have been identified as the most significant threat to biodiversity. If your property has become the target of an unwanted species, there could be devastating consequences for the overall health of your land.

We offer invasive species control as a resource for property owners looking to keep problems at bay. Our team of skilled landscaping professionals expertly identifies the source of problems for our clients, and we work to develop innovative solutions that can keep the issue from reoccurring in the future.

Explore How Invasive Species Control Works

Disease and insect management in fruit orchard

We Identify the Problem

In southern Ontario, the primary species where control efforts are focused are phragmites, European buckthorn, garlic mustard, and Norway maple. The first step in our control efforts is identifying the plants invading your land.

We'll develop a comprehensive control & eradication strategy, based on the species currently present, the size of your acreage, and your budgetary constraints.

Our Team Gets to Work

After identifying the species we need to focus our efforts on removing, we'll begin the grunt work. Our team uses a combination of chemical and mechanical eradication efforts to maximize our success.

Concerned about the environmental impact of species control? Our team will happily explore the different approaches available for ensuring your land stays healthy, while simultaneously getting rid of the problem.

A wood chipper chopping logs and branches into sawdust in eastern Canada,
Fall blooming Japanese knotweed invasive species, horizontal aspect

We Offer Scaleable Solutions for all Landowners

Have an invasive species issue? Our team offers flexible and scaleable eradication and species control efforts that meet the needs of clients both big and small. Whether you need assistance with a short-term project or the longterm health of your property is in jeopardy, we have the resources and tools necessary to turn the situation around.

Some of our clients are residential or estate landowners. We also serve local farmers, municipalities, conservation authorities, and development companies.

Stunning Landscapes & Satisfied Clients

web-garden

Giving Back to Mother Nature

"I selected Quiet Nature because I liked the artistic style of their landscapes and the concept of a low maintenance, drought-resistant garden. We've been able to give back to mother nature and have a fabulously beautiful backyard!"

 - Angela
Waterloo, Ontario

hardy-drought-resistant-grasses-and-flagstone-path

The End Result is Beautiful

"We were very pleased with the Butterfly Garden rejuvenation project that Quiet Nature planned and installed for us. The end result is beautiful, within our budget and was created using no power tools."

 - Victoria Lant
Northlake Woods School Council;  Waterloo, Ontario

A Trusted Local Partner

1 Step 1
2 Step 2
  • Book Your Consultation Today

    • Receive a detailed cost analysis
    • Learn about our zero emissions maintenance
    • Obtain input from our passionate experts
  • Privacy 100% Guaranteed. We never spam or sell your info.

    Please complete the next page to submit your information.

portfolio10-001

Our Project Won Three Awards

"Our project won three Landscape Ontario awards! The craftsmanship and quality of our wonderful outdoor living room is superb. Before the project, we rarely spent time outside and now, it’s our second living room!"

 - Steven & Donna
Conestoga, ON

gardens

We're In Love With Our Gardens

"We chose Quiet Nature because we liked that they care about the environmental footprint they leave behind. We, and our customers, are in love with the new gardens and we would gladly recommend Quiet Nature to anyone."

 - Samantha Dion
Cedar House Restaurant; Paris, Ontario

Why Choose Quiet Nature?

We Bring Our Passion to Every Project

Whether you're looking for a home patio redesign, meadowland creation, or a natural swimming pond, we bring our passion for great design and environmentally friendly practices to every project. Let our experienced horticulturists and landscape craftsmen bring your vision to life in an exciting and innovative fashion.

Professional Results without the Pollution

The natural beauty of your landscaping shouldn't infringe on the health of its surroundings. Our zero emission maintenance approach uses "people powered" tools and battery-operated equipment to produce fewer emissions and less noise. We produce professional results and your neighbours will love us!

Experience that Truly Counts

Don't entrust your landscaping project to an amateur, but instead choose to work with award-winning landscape designers. We've had the opportunity to partner with hundreds of local home and business owners to create sensational landscapes that are visually appealing and environmentally sensitive.

View Examples of Our Award-Winning Work

gonthier_800x532

From backyard patios to swimming pools, natural gardens, wildflower meadows and so much more, our commitment to delivering exceptional results makes every project truly special. Our award-winning designs reach far beyond the traditional confines of landscaping, thanks to our  dedication to producing work that doesn't compromise on our ideals. 

We believe the beauty of our natural world should be available to everyone, and our innovative designs highlight the versatility of sustainable landscaping. It's a unique strategy that has successfully contributed to the creation of some of our area's most impressive residential backyards, low maintenance gardens, and stunning water features.

Take a few moments to explore our previous work and get inspired for your next landscape design project. 

Ready to Take Action?

Book your consultation today and let us make your landscape vision a reality. 

As Seen in the Media

waterloo
holmes
green
 
grandmag