Rooftop Gardens

Serene retreats above the bustle of New York City

Learn about our rooftop garden design services in New York City.What features do you want to hide? What views do you want to enhance? But most importantly: what vision do you want to see come to life?

Rooftop Garden Design

At Greener By Design, we know how important all of this is when creating a rooftop garden in NYC. A rooftop garden is an area commonly and safely used as a form of open-air patio in certain urban buildings. 

Our company can add planter boxes, lighting, irrigation, and other enhancements to these areas to improve areas you already use to relax or entertain guests. When creating rooftop garden designs, we listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and draw inspiration from your surroundings to create an oasis in the middle of a busy city.

As a full-service rooftop garden design company in New York City, we take care of the entire process including design and installation. We can enhance these areas for both residential and commercial clients.

Because we’re committed to sustainability, we use native plants whenever possible to help with ecological restoration and rebalancing.

Rooftop Garden Services include:

  • Rooftop garden design
  • Installation
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Irrigation systems
  • Plant selection

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"The crew really did a wonderful job on my property. You also did a great job working with me on the design of my garden to incorporate everything that was important to me."

"First of all, we really love the garden and the way it looks, and the guys who came to do the installation were great and very helpful."

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Midtown NYC Commercial Garden

Pelham Family Garden

Columbus Avenue Terrace Retreat

NYC Residential Rooftop

Gorgeous Landscapes that Save the Planet

Greener by Design wants to help you learn how to create a stunning landscape while improving the environment around you.

Topics discussed:

  • Using natural irrigation
  • Incorporating certified wood
  • Planting for energy savings
  • How to use local plants
  • Reducing lawn areas
  • Planting for years to come