Austin Ganim Landscape Design

Austin Ganim Landscape Design

Austin Ganim Landscape Design offers a full range of landscape & garden design, installation, and maintenance services for both residential and commercial properties. Our well-trained staff encompasses licensed landscape architects, college-educated horticulturists, and full-service maintenance and installation crews with decades of experience. Our work incorporates a wide variety of site elements from patios, terraces, walls, fences, and pergolas, to rain gardens, living shorelines, conservation, pollinator gardens, and much more.

Our association with Ganim’s Garden Center & Florist allows our clients the luxury of previewing a wide variety of plant materials. Whether you are looking for a long-term master plan for your property or just freshening up your garden for a party we are here to help make your landscape dreams a reality.

  • 320 Kings Hwy Cutoff
  • Fairfield, CT 06824
  • Eva Chiamulera
  • 203-333-2003


  • This modern landscape incorporates linear arrangements of both plantings and hardscape, the soft textures of the garden contrast the crisp lines of the blue stone patio and steps.
  • The sandstone patio and quartzite fire pit complement the beachfront setting of this landscape while drifts of flowers and native grasses create privacy and provide an intimate space to relax in.
  • This blue and white garden create a tranquil setting in this Westport garden, the blend of hydrangeas and soft textures remind our client of the gardens from their vacations in Nantucket.
  • Rather than a yard filled with lawn, this yard features a series of garden rooms connected by paths flanked by pollinator gardens. This outdoor living area uses witch hazels, hollies and viburnums create a privacy screen between the fireplace seating and the neighbors.
  • The blue stone path leads from the adjacent pool area to the putting green above, fountain grasses line the pathway creating an edge to the bird and butterfly garden.
  • The Staycation Landscape:  This staycation landscape incorporates tropical container plantings to add a bit of luxury to the garden.  The pool has been designed with a feature wall fountain and swim jets to accommodate the family’s exercise and entertaining needs.
  • Hurricanes Irene & Sandy damaged the sand dune that protected the salt marsh at this private residence in Westport to protect this special ecological landscape a pair of sill walls were designed, installed and planted with native coastal beach grasses.  This living shoreline is the first of its kind in Connecticut, the long term goal of is to help build up the sand on the Long Island Sound side of the dune to protect the salt marsh and provide additional habitat and breeding areas for shorebirds, horseshoe crabs, sea turtles and shellfish.
  • This Fairfield children’s garden incorporates plants to attract a wide variety of pollinators as well as providing areas for the kids to do a bit of gardening of their own with a petite vegetable garden and berry patch to go along with their play house.
  • Salt tolerant plants are a must in a landscape perched atop the granite out cropping of Haycock Point in Branford.  The warm tones of the sandstone patio compliment the local stony creek granite that form the point.
  • This rain garden changes colors throughout the summer from the bold reds of bee balm, to golden yellow wild sunflowers in mid-summer and the drifts of dusty pink Joe-Pye weed and purple asters at the end of summer.  Although beautiful to look at this meadow is one of a series of rain gardens used as a drainage solution and conservation planting at this Greenfield Hill property.
  • Adding spring flowering bulbs to any garden can extend the colorful floral display for several months.  In Darien, This circular garden features a repeating pattern of pink, purple and white tulips, as these flowers fade summer blooming perennials will fill the spaces.
  • Drifts of soft pink astibles and miniature hydrangea create a soft edge to this front foundation, the stepping stone path leads from the drive to front door, passing drifts of blue agastache and white hydrangeas.