We begin our landscaping projects with a shared vision. We plan the design and then execute it. We then maintain the property through all four seasons. This enhances the aesthetics and property value knowing your landscaping is at its best.
Our goal is to deliver a design that maximizes the unique potential of any property. We use plantings that not only compliment the surrounding architecture, but we also consider how the area will be used. And how it will look through all four seasons.
Once we have the design, our crew brings the plants and other materials in and gets to work. We carefully convey the plan to our crew, get the job done quickly to keep the disruption to a minimum, and clean up any mess before we leave.
We are a four-seasons operation. We clean and plant in the spring, mow and clean throughout the summer, rake the leaves in the fall, and plow the snow in the winter. We make sure your property looks its best through every season of every year.
Helping You Reach Your Goals
With Ground-Breaking Solutions
Our vision. Your benefit.
We know that landscapes create the foundation that sets your property apart. American Artists Landscaping’s unique abilities provide beautiful landscaping results that all will notice.
Be proud of your property. You deserve it.
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Designs that maximize the unique potential of the property, while matching the style and function that fits the property's use. We begin by evaluating and considering: Functionality, Existing natural and man-made features, Topography and drainage patterns, Sitelines and view framing, Curb appeal.
We are committed to giving back for a better community.
American Artists Landscaping belongs to area Chambers of Commerce, including Batavia, Geneva and St. Charles. Owner, John Wisniewski is also a member of the Geneva Parks and Recreation Commission. He is an active supporter of local food pantries and community educational. John believes in protecting our environment. He not only practices good environmental practices in his landscaping work, but is also a member of several reforestation groups, as well as, the Polaris Organization and Green Peace.
How Neighborhoods affect Landscaping Designs
April 10, 2017
The aesthetics of an established neighborhood in Wheaton can be very different from those of a newer neighborhood in Batavia. One of the principles of landscape design is to understand the space. Professional landscape designers... more >
Dead Trees and Staying Warm This Winter
November 18, 2016
While the weather has been more like September than November, we all know that winter is coming. Before the snow falls, it might be time to clean up your property. Trimming dead branches or removing dead or dying trees can save costly maintenance costs during the winter... more >