Inspiring Solutions for Your Environment

SquareRoot Landscape Group is a small but growing firm specializing in high-end residential and commercial full-spectrum landscape services. With over 15 years of experience in all phases of landscape design, construction and maintenance, we are experienced enough to handle projects of any scale and nimble enough to make each project a top priority. We take pride in “inspiring solutions for your environment.”

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My Little Paradise in San Diego

From another recently satisfied customer: “After returning from our honeymoon in Hawaii, I just couldn’t get enough of the beautiful tropical life, so we contracted SquareRoot Landscape Group to bring a little of Hawaii back to San Diego! I say they did a great... read more

Beauty Without Water

From another recently satisfied customer: “Upon hearing that mandatory water restrictions were coming to San Diego, CA, I immediately called Brian at SquareRoot Landscape Group in San Diego and told him that I had to have an amazing yard, but I didn’t want artificial turf and I had to conserve water. Brian came up with the incredible design that you see here. I couldn’t be happier with our yard or with Brian and his team at SquareRoot.” A little about the plants in this photo: Little Trudy® is a new dwarf form of catmint with tiny leaves, showy flowers and is sterile! Sea kale is the large white flowering plant (Crambe maritima), and to the right is Purple Mountain® sun daisy (Osteospermum barberiae), another Plant Select®... read more

Mandatory Water Use Restrictions Now in Effect

REGION-WIDE DROUGHT ALERT DECLARED   After months of record-breaking high temperatures and concerns about statewide water reserves, the San Diego County Water Authority declared a Level 2 Drought Alert in July, triggering mandatory restrictions by local water agencies in the region. As a result, new water use restrictions for Oceanside residents and businesses are currently in effect. Over the years, the Oceanside community has done a commendable job making water conservation a way of life. With drought conditions growing more serious, water saving efforts need to be re-evaluated and may be increased to prepare for a potential fourth consecutive dry year. Together, the Oceanside community can increase water savings and make a difference for a more sustainable... read more