From our special, Tuscan-inspired village in the heart of Jacksonville Beach, we will inspire your home or your event.
At In the Garden Landscape & Design in Jacksonville, FL, we will create a unique and unforgettable experience for your special event or home through thoughtful, innovative experience and landscape design.
Perhaps you saw something you liked in a magazine or while on vacation and need assistance putting the vision together. We listen to your desires and ideas, evaluate your needs, and design the outdoors of your home or your event space at Casa Bella Village the way you’ve always pictured it. We work within your budget, while also providing the highest quality of services and products.
One of the big advantages that In the Garden Landscape & Design has over other event spaces and landscape designers is our owner, Louise Johnson. With her eye for art, years of experience, and passion for horticulture and event planning, she is able to make every project a seamless worry-free process.
At In the Garden Landscape & Design, we truly love what we do and aim to make every project and/or event a process of enjoyment and fulfillment in creating the best possible dream achievable.
“As the owner of the business, I am always there to oversee the details. I am available for my clients throughout the entire process. These interactions have been the basis for many lasting friendships. I care about my clients, and want them to be happy with the entire journey and outcome. I always try to go one step further than what is expected.”
“As a horticulturalist, it is my personal philosophy to give back to the world that gives so much to me. In addition to working with local projects and my church’s volunteer activities, I also recently attended a Mission trip to St. Mary’s, Jamaica where I was involved with a construction project for Jacobs Ladder, and was given the opportunity to paint a mural for the local community. The facility housed and cared for mentally and physically handicapped adults. The end- result of our trip was four additional cabins that allowed 32 people to be taken off the streets.”