Landscapes for the Central Oregon Lifestyle


Heart Springs Landscape Design, LLC is a firm of local experienced landscape designers focused on the creation of beautiful, appealing, regionally inspired, sustainable landscapes.

Our planting plans use a mix of colorful, hardy, locally proven, long-blooming, native and drought tolerant plants.  The result is easy-care gardens that require less water, less time, less energy, and fewer resources to maintain your beautiful landscapes.  Our clients benefit from our team’s 20+ years experience in Central Oregon creating successful landscapes that thrive in our unique high desert terrain.  These award winning landscapes are both deer and fire resistant, incorporate native and drought tolerant plants, and effectively conserve water with the intention of reducing irrigation and ongoing maintenance.

We have experience guiding our clients through rigorous neighborhood association design review boards.  We have worked in The Highlands, Shevlin Commons, Tetherow, Pronghorn, Brasada Ranch, North West Crossing, Broken Top, North Rim and others.

Three of our landscape design projects have the distinction of certified Platinum LEED for homes – the highest honor awarded by the Green Building Council.  We have also worked on several net zero residential landscape projects with the goal of using no more energy or water than can be captured or produced with renewable sources on site.  The most challenging of these projects is designed around the strict guidelines set forth by the International Living Building Institute Living Building Challenge.  These sustainable landscape projects capture, store and reuse rainwater, incorporate native plants and minimize their reliance on irrigation.

Experienced Rainwater Harvesting in Bend and Central Oregon

Our current involvement with the Central Oregon Stormwater Advisory Committee ensures you have access to the latest information on Stormwater Management and Rainwater Harvesting for our area.


Creating beautiful, functional, regional outdoor spaces in Central Oregon for twenty years.      OLCB # 9063