Les Arbres is a family-owned firm of experienced and talented tree specialists, landscapers and gardeners. We take every opportunity to enrich our knowledge and expertise, to understand each client’s ideas and vision for their property, and to design and maintain landscapes that last.
Discerning property owners who retain Les Arbres are making a decision to work with a family of experts with extensive academic training and decades of experience.
We are custodians of nature who zealously care for our clientele. Our customers value our knowledge, experience and commitment to customer service that creates a landscape legacy for generations.
“It was a pleasure working with Les and the Les Arbres team. His attention to detail made our vision a reality. His creativity brought new and surprising additions to the project as we went along.
There was nothing lost in translation and the project brings us so much happiness. We highly recommend Les Arbes for any outdoor project.”
– Tim & Amy in Ridgefield, CT
Ridgefield Landscape Design Services
- Garden Design
- Garden Care and Maintenance
- Landscape Design and Installation
- Fountains, Ponds and Waterfalls
- Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
Les Arbres combines scientific expertise as arborists and tree care specialists with an artistic understanding that delivers the highest quality for each of our clients’ properties.
We are certified and fully insured professional arborists and horticulturalists. Whether providing design, maintenance, rehabilitation or new plantings, our trained team uses state-of-the-art equipment to handle every aspect of property care quickly and safely. We provide our clients with peace of mind.
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About Ridgefield, Connecticut:
Ridgefield, a small bedroom community situated in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, was first settled by English colonists from Norwalk and Milford in 1708, when a group of settlers purchased land from Chief Catoonah of the Ramapo tribe. The town was incorporated under a royal charter from the Connecticut General Assembly issued in 1709.
Two Connecticut governors, George Lounsbury and Phineas Lounsbury, were descended from two of Ridgefields noteable families, the Rockwells and the Lounsburys, who had intermarried.
In the late 19th century, spurred by the new railroad connection to the village, Ridgefield began to be discovered by wealthy New York City residents, who bought estates and built huge “summer cottages” throughout town. Most of the large estates have been razed and divided into smaller lots, however the town has retained its 19th and 20th century charm.