Mullin Landscape Associates

Chase Mullin, President

Cheryl Gerber Photographs

How did you get into the business?
Post-Katrina I wanted to help New Orleans’ residents rebuild their homes and landscapes.

What would you like us to know abut Mullin?
Our team consists of experienced, licensed landscape architects who design all of our spaces. We put a lot of thought and effort into making sure every detail is considered.

Why do you think New Orleanians love their gardens so much?
Our climate is incredible for plants; we can grow many of the temperate plants and also some magnificent tropical.

If people are just starting out what three pieces of advice would you give them?
Communicate. I was amazed at how impressed clients were that I returned phone calls and showed up to appointments.
Quality: We treat every job as if it were our own home. Honesty: Do what you say you’re going to do.
 

What advice can you give to someone about nurturing a garden in New Orleans?
Be sure to water in the summer when we don’t have large amounts of precipitation. Often our quick summer showers aren’t enough to hydrate plants during the extreme summer heat.

What’s been your favorite landscaping project you’ve ever worked on?
A breathtaking subtropical oasis on Bayou St. John.

Mullin Landscape Associates | 621 Distributors Row, Suite. F, Harahan, 275-6617, MullinLandscape.com
 

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