Scott Baldelli has been working in the horticulture industry for over 15 years. He is excited to now be working in Bucks, Montgomery, and Delaware Counties of Pennsylvania!

His specialties include garden maintenance, design, edging, pruning, vegetable gardening, transplanting, deadheading, dry-set stone walls, wooden garden structures, composting, and container gardening. He emphasizes the importance of sustainability and organic gardening, and uses native plants whenever possible.

Scott has worked as a Landscape Foreman for two prominent garden designers, one in the Metro Boston area and one in the Delaware Valley.

Scott has a degree in horticulture and continued his education with a garden design course at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum.

One of the most rewarding times of Scott’s career was when he worked as the head of the Landscape Department for YouthBuild Boston. He taught landscape maintenance, outdoor carpentry, and vegetable gardening to 16- to 24-year-olds in Boston.

The highlight of Scott’s career was supervising the grounds of eight historic properties in New Hampshire and Maine, including the Hamilton House Garden, which was named the best historic house & garden in New England by Yankee Magazine.