We Sell Time. We Preserve History. We Protect The Environment.

A Few Of Our Amazing Clients

We Are The Best

Large Tree Movers,

Period.

At Environmental Design, we are proud to have participated in the development of some of the most distinctive landscapes throughout the world by providing the highest quality tree transplanting and specimen tree supply services. As an early pioneer in the art and science of tree transplanting, Environmental Design was instrumental in demonstrating that mature trees could be relocated successfully with proper equipment and techniques.

40 Years Of Trust

For over 40 years, our clients have trusted us with their most precious natural assets.

We Move Trees For..
  • Golf courses
  • Public and private universities
  • Hotels and resorts
  • Museums
  • Private Estates
Our Specialties
We Sell Time

Each One Of Our Trees Comes With A History To Share

Time is one of life's most valuable assets. EDl's services allow customers to bypass the 100+year waiting period it takes to grow mature large trees

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Our Story

Our History Is History

Trees are an important part of history, serving as landmarks, gifts, and memorials that mark important historical moments. EDI helps preserve that history when modern development interferes with a tree's location

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We Are For The Environment

We help our clients preserve nature

EDI helps developers preserve native forests in ecologically sensitive regions while expediting overall project completions - strategic large tree relocation also enhances property values

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Our Projects

Nicollet Mall

June 3, 2019

Mr. Al

June 3, 2019

Shelter Island

June 3, 2019

4 Oaks Plantation

June 3, 2019

Walsh Ranch

June 3, 2019

Stanford University

June 3, 2019

Uptown Houston

15 Live Red Oaks, 100 Specimen Cedar

University of Texas

April 19, 2019

Indian Wells

April 19, 2019

Congaree Golf Course

15 Live Red Oaks, 100 Specimen Cedar

Kiawah Island Resort

15 Live Red Oaks, 100 Specimen Cedar

Wynn Resort

2000 Desert Trees

Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas

15 Live Red Oaks, 100 Specimen Cedar