Anderson Landscape, a family owned company, has been crafting Maine landscapes for more than 25 years. We collaborate with homeowners, architects, builders and site engineers to create site sensitive landscapes that reflect client goals. Our team approach, depth of knowledge and attention to detail underscores successful project outcomes.
Robert Anderson, Owner
Robert grew up on the family cattle and potato farm in North Yarmouth, Maine where his interest in horticulture began at an early age. He went to University of Maine where he studied soil science and horticulture and put that knowledge to use as he built Anderson Landscape into a full service landscape construction company. In addition, Robert designed and built Toddy Brook Golf course on the family land in 2002. His ability to preserve and enhance the natural rolling, terrain with water, sand and plantings resulted in one of Southern Maine’s most beautiful and challenging courses. Robert also started Maine Coastal Protection to help homeowners and municipalites preserve and protect both coastal and lake shores from erosion. He is also a member of Maine Landscape Nursery Association (MELNA) and is an active member in the North Yarmouth community.
Jennifer Buchanan, Landscape Designer
Jennifer Buchanan joined Anderson Landscape in 2013 to provide landscape design services. She enjoys working with clients from design through the installation phases, helping to turn goals into visible outcomes. She graduated from Simmons College and Harvard’s Landscape Institute where she earned a Masters level Certificate in Landscape Design. Jenn’s love of design, the natural environment and instinctual ability for creative problem solving, inspires her to create distinctive outdoor spaces that reflect client individuality, sustainability and year round beauty.
Brianna Conlon, Maintenance Manager
Brianna Conlon is our Maintenance Manager. She has worked on the Anderson Landscape maintenance team for five years and is currently pursuing her Horticulture Degree at SMCC. Her love of plants and continued desire to learn and implement best practices shines when she is in her element – in the garden, hands dirty and engulfed in the world of plants.