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FGI Landscaping Locally grown, providing sustainable landscape infrastructures. NOFA Certified in 2020.
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Partnering with Buffalo River Compost in providing COMPOST and recycle all yard waste removed from properties and taken to compost facility in South Buffalo.

Sustainable gardening practices with native plants or traditional maintenance needs of the lawn, which do you prefer?   ...
29/08/2022

Sustainable gardening practices with native plants or traditional maintenance needs of the lawn, which do you prefer?

Had an awesome time at the ecological restoration workshop hosted by the Lyceum at Silo City and Tifft Nature Preserve. ...
02/10/2021

Had an awesome time at the ecological restoration workshop hosted by the Lyceum at Silo City and Tifft Nature Preserve. Always looking to the ecologists and scientists for ways to be better in what we do. Here is Ryan planting an American Hazelnut (his favorite) at the Tifft Nature Preserve. Thanks to and .titus and Maris Grundy for hosting.

28/09/2021

Perfect working weather. Blue skies and a little bit cool outside. Aeration and organic matter are on the agenda today. Synthetic fertilizers are not.

Our horticulture team  and  is doing impressive work this week despite the hot working conditions. Taming the gardens  i...
27/08/2021

Our horticulture team and is doing impressive work this week despite the hot working conditions. Taming the gardens in time for classes to begin.

Partnering with has included a series of ongoing projects we are excited to help accomplish.

We knew there was a garden buried somewhere in here….We just had to dig around a bit to find it.           📸
19/08/2021

We knew there was a garden buried somewhere in here….We just had to dig around a bit to find it.

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31/07/2021

The Husqvarna T540ixp ripping through an 18” trunk, battery tools have come a long way. Adding this chainsaw to our electric tool lineup provides lighter tools, less emissions, more safety and easier communication on jobs.

Buffalo River Compost and Noco Energy teaming up with FGI Landscaping and local businesses at the Buffalo Garden Walk th...
24/07/2021

Buffalo River Compost and Noco Energy teaming up with FGI Landscaping and local businesses at the Buffalo Garden Walk this weekend. Get out and explore the gardens around the city Saturday and Sunday this weekend.

Seasonal color, low maintenance garden powered by perennials, native shrubs and host species playing their role in the p...
02/07/2021

Seasonal color, low maintenance garden powered by perennials, native shrubs and host species playing their role in the pollination process.. This project was completed in summer of 2019, 2 years later we could be happier with how things filled in.

Quality partnerships and patience on the larger jobs makes the work that much easier. Thanks for the help JASCO Excavating!

Photos taken three years apart, 2019 and 2021.Total overhaul of existing grass and gardens. Removed to make way for a lo...
15/06/2021

Photos taken three years apart, 2019 and 2021.

Total overhaul of existing grass and gardens. Removed to make way for a low maintenance, seasonal color, pollinator friendly landscape.

Team has tended to the gardens with clients help over the years and the transformation has been something to observe along the way.

Eliminate your weekly lawn mowing and go green today!!

Before and after photos on a small portion of a project the team has been hard at work at for several weeks. Ferns along...
11/06/2021

Before and after photos on a small portion of a project the team has been hard at work at for several weeks. Ferns along along South facing fence removed to make way for native plantings.

Plantings include 3 Heptacodium miconiodes trees, oakleaf hydrangea and hypericum ground cover. Lighting work to follow.

compost

Restoring order- Grass to  #2 river stone for a dog and cat friendly backyard
14/05/2021

Restoring order- Grass to #2 river stone for a dog and cat friendly backyard

09/04/2021
In our ten plus years of being in business, we have come to one very important conclusion: -Sustainable landscapes are n...
06/04/2021

In our ten plus years of being in business, we have come to one very important conclusion:
-Sustainable landscapes are not built in an afternoon. These pictures detail a process. It is the process of using biodegradable materials to smother grass and prepare the site for planting. Working in collaboration with nature to achieve great things.

Spring ephemerals! Snowdrop anemone -Anemone sylvestris- graceful in form with delicate white petals and yellow anthers....
01/04/2021

Spring ephemerals!
Snowdrop anemone -Anemone sylvestris- graceful in form with delicate white petals and yellow anthers.
Virginia Bluebells -Mertensia virginica- A favorite of the hummingbird moth.
Great white trillium -Trillium grandiflora- native to the Eastern Parts of North America.

06/06/2019

Lawn to Backyard redesign

27/05/2019

Lawn to .
Create a sustainable landscape today.

16/03/2019

If you have some ideas for your landscaping and need some help give us a call. We are excited for spring and taking requests for property maintenance and new landscapes.

Getting ready for the season at a Bare root plant sale this morning.

Planting bare root is cheaper and promotes a stronger, healthier plant as a result of limited exposure to chemicals used to accelerate growth in traditional nursery plants 4-5 years old.

Thanks Turnbull Nursery - Bryant NY for the great products!

31/01/2019

FGI Landscaping's cover photo

16/12/2018

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11/08/2016

Hardscape Project

28/05/2016

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