Stoneyard Partners

Barry Bros.


20 Doyle Street, St James, NY 11780, USA
Brian Barry
Contractor: Stone Installer

Barry Bros. Landscape Design began with three young brothers cutting a few lawns in the neighborhood. Out of that early work a desire for landscaping blossomed and we soon realized that this was going to be more than a hobby, it was going to be our profession! With our goals set we aimed to attend SUNY Farmingdale for our Ornamental Horticulture degrees. Each of us made our way through this program where we were taught by well known horticulturists and landscape design experts and some of the best in the field of landscape design, extensive plant identification and selection, lawn care treatment and masonry construction. We apply this knowledge every day to make our work excellent.

While attending SUNY Farmingdale we started the business working around our school schedules. Upon graduation and with years of hard work we have grown the business into a successful company. We provide the following services: weekly maintenance, full plantings, all phases of masonry, fertilization programs, seasonal flower programs, waterfall installation and design, and snow management. With a true passion for landscaping we strive to do the best job we can and beautify the island the best way we know how.

Barry Bros. is proud to be a family owned and operated business serving the community. We are a fully licensed and insured company serving the Suffolk and Nassau area. We offer about-03all landscape and design services to commercial and residential clients and are proud to offer hand drawn landscape designs as well upon request. We ensure that the design and implementation is always done the correct way. Whether we are creating our own design or working with a designer, no detail is missed.

The three principals of Barry Bros., Billy, Brian and Tom are all graduates of Farmingdale State College and hold degrees in Ornamental Horticulture, (Landscape Development). There is always at least one of us on every job site!

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