Philosophy:

How do you define your garden? At JuliaGarden Design, we believe that your garden encompasses the whole of your landscape -- the planting beds, the lawns, and the spaces defined by them. We understand that a garden is a living, breathing, evolving space - our designs account for this and our fine gardening techniques honor it. Our horticulture crews are dedicated to and passionate about gardening. At JuliaGarden Design we strive to use design principles that support the ecology of a place—the relationships between soil, sky, water, plants, animals and humans. Our mission is to develop, create, and maintain design visions and healthy plant ecosystems in your garden. Our goal is to create gardens that truly inspire.


Our Team

Julie Esteves, Owner/Designer

Julie holds a Masters Certificate in Landscape design from the Landscape Institute at Boston Architectural College and the Radcliffe Seminars at Harvard University. She has worked on Cape Cod, Boston, and in Poland designing and caring for gardens since 1999. Julie also studied Fine Arts in Boston, Poland, and France. She is a Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional.

 Artek Milczanowski, Operations Manager

Artek holds a Masters of Science in Horticulture from the University of Marie Curie in Lublin, Poland. His family is one of the largest wholesale growers of conifers in Eastern Poland. Artek is also talented in fine carpentry, interior finish work, and designing/building rustic and traditional garden planters, arbors and trellises.

Clinton R Flagg, Head gardener/Designer

Clint is a life-long passionate gardener, educated in Connecticut in Horticulture, Floriculture and the Fine Arts. He is an accomplished Master Gardener and Floral Artist, and the original owner of Vintage Flowers of Osterville.

Lisa Dawson, Business Manager

Lisa has over thirty years experience in Business Management.  She brings a relationship-based approach with customer care at the forefront of her decision making process. 

Hannah Whipple, Project Manager/Designer

Hannah holds a Masters Degree in Sustainable Landscape Planning and Design from the Conway School of Landscape design and a Bachelors Degree in Architecture from Northeastern University. She has worked in the public parks sector since 2006, and has recently returned to her roots in residential landscape design and gardening with JuliaGarden Design.