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eScape Landscape Designs

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Who we are.

We are a boutique, client-centered, landscape design firm in Memphis, TN, offering sustainable, site-specific landscape design with a focus on using native and zone-appropriate plant material and responsible water management. 

We collaborate with our clients to create earth-friendly landscapes that are usable, easily maintained and, most of all, beautiful happy spaces.  We bring artists' eyes and a deep appreciation for the joy and peace of the great outdoors to every project we undertake.

At eScape, we believe that every site is unique and, as such, requires a unique plan.  We listen to you to find out what your needs are and work within your budget and your timetable to create immediate and long-term plans and solutions for your outdoor spaces. 

“I like to think that the gardens and landscapes that I help my clients create will live on beyond us. A garden is an optimistic enterprise. It’s bigger than us, and expresses a belief in beauty and in life itself.

I’m proud to be able to bring things to life and nurture people’s enjoyment of their spaces. ”
— Kalki Winter, Principal


Water-mitigation | Drainage Solutions
Drought-Tolerant  & Shade-Tolerant Plants
Pest-Resistant Planting
No Chemicals or Harmful Pesticides
Expert Pruning
Native Zone 7 Plant Usage
Garden Consultation
Garden Staging for Sale Preparation
Leaf Removal | Garden Cleanup
Garden Maintenance

eScape in the news:

(Photo: Lance Murphey, Memphis Daily News)

(Photo: Lance Murphey, Memphis Daily News)

Low-Impact Landscaping, Memphis Daily News, April, 2012
The Best Memphis Businesses to Support in 2017, Thrillist, January, 2017
Cooper Young Garden Club - Profile of Kalki Winter, February 2017
More than mowing: Memphis landscaping business offers green-friendly services, High Ground News, May 2018



“The single greatest lesson the garden teaches is that our relationship to the planet need not be zero-sum, and that as long as the sun still shines and people still can plan and plant, think and do, we can, if we bother to try, find ways to provide for ourselves without diminishing the world.”
— Michael Pollan, The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals