Serving and Supporting Our Community Since 1960
Strathmore Hall Gazebo Landscaping
At this historic location, Strathmore Music Hall offers free, outdoor concerts during the summer, and is the site for many wedding photos. Johnson’s Landscaping Service, Inc. re-designed the garden surrounding the gazebo in the Spring of 2011. Visit this link to learn more about the Strathmore Gazebo.
The Washington Home and Community Hospice Memorial Brick Paver Installation (Northwest, Washington, DC)
Installed Memorial Brick Pavers in the Garden. Trimmed, weeded, and mulched the garden in preparation for May 6, 2012 dedication ceremony.
National Center for Children and Families
Supported and participated in the renovation of the NCCF Meditation Garden.
Montgomery County Humane Society’s Aspin Hill Pet Cemetery (Silver Spring, MD)
This 7 acre historic pet cemetery, run by the Montgomery County Humane Society, was in need of a large scale clean up around the gravestones, and of masonry repair to some of its headstones. Johnson’s Landscaping Service, Inc. twice spent a day cleaning up, removing debris, and fixing up the site.
Monetary & “In Kind” Donations
“Businesses that have been around for more than 50 years are doing a lot of things right. Johnson’s Landscaping Service is one of these businesses. Not only do their experienced professionals provide quality, creative landscaping services but the company is an active community partner “paying it forward” to area nonprofits. For the past two years, Johnson’s Landscaping Service, under the guidance of Matt Johnson, has donated landscaping and memorial brick installation for the Reflection Garden at our nonprofit facility, The Washington Home & Community Hospices. The bricks are purchased in memory of those we’ve cared for and the garden is a very special place for those who visit it to remember their loved ones. Johnson’s Landscaping Service’s pro bono work has added beauty to this serene setting and helped give comfort to countless visitors. We are so grateful to the Johnson family for their tradition of giving back to the community and for their dedicated employees who transform outdoor spaces into places where good things happen.”Mollie Haines
Director of Development
Washington Home & Hospice