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Designing sustainable environments to positively impact communities & the planet

At EcoSystems we understand that the environments we design and create affect much more than our backyards and public spaces.

Green Business Certified

Sustainable Business Practices

We are committed to low waste landscaping and responsible disposal

We take the time and effort to reuse, and recycle all materials. We aim to reduce water consumption, prevent soil erosion, protect biodiversity, eliminate the use of toxic pesticides, and minimize the use of non-renewable resources.

You can rest assured that you are not only contributing to beautifying your home or business, but are also helping to make choices of responsible stewardship for our planet.

At EcoSystems it is our mission to uplift the lives of our clients and our community by connecting them more deeply to the wisdom and wonder of nature. We hope that an expanded sense of connection and appreciation will lead our planet toward ecological balance and regeneration.

Meet Our Founder


Founder and owner, Jason Hamon is an award winning designer, certified arborist and C-27 licensed contractor. Jason followed his passions for ecological stewardship, artistic design, and organic gardening over 30 years ago as he launched EcoSystems Landscape Solutions. As the father of two young daughters, he saw what an impact the home garden had on his family’s well being.

Jason created EcoSystems with the desire to spread that joy and connection found in nature to others in the urban realities of the Bay Area.  Now serving the greater San Francisco Bay area,  Jason continues to pursue his passion for helping people create natural spaces in their living environments that uplift and inspire.

Jason Hamon

Founder & CEO

Our community initiatives

Dirt Don't Hurt: EcoSystems' Public School Garden Project
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Wings: EcoSystems' empowering students with Autism
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Soul Food: EcoSystems' lending it's wisdom to corporate teams
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Buggin Out: Team building and cooperation through understanding ecosystems
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Experience the EcoSystems difference

"From our initial consultation with Jason, he truly listened to our vision and then proceeded to transform that vision, coupled with his ecological expertise, into a set of plans that included exquisite, yet cost-effective enhancements that we would have never thought of on our own. He is a delight to work with personally and the project was kept within budget and completed within a realistic timetable. What sets EcoSystems apart is that they emphasize the value of a ecologically sound landscape as well as an aesthetically beautiful one."

Joyce Maguire, Creative Services Manager

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

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San Francisco Flower and Garden Show 2010 “Essential Elements; A Sanctuary for the Soul”

EcoSystems was awarded a Silver Medal for their entry “Essential Elements; A Sanctuary for the Soul”. This garden design inspires reflection on the intimate connection between human beings and nature. In an increasingly modern and urban society, our garden serves as a respite. This garden features native plants, low voltage lighting and above all a space where one can connect deeply and intimately with the majesty of the elements, inspiring a spirit of preservation, conservation and interdependence with the natural world.


San Francisco Flower and Garden Show 2011 “Soul Food”

EcoSystems was awarded a Gold Medal for their entry “Soul Food” This garden design demonstrated the ability to utilize limited garden area by transforming a small space into one which awakens the senses and nourishes the body. “Soul Food” demonstrated our unique approach to combining traditional landscape elements with native plants, hand blown glass accents, and integrated lighting.


San Francisco Flower and Garden Show 2012 “ A Breath of Fresh Air”

EcoSystems was awarded the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers Award and Silver Medal for their entry “A Breath of Fresh Air”. This exhibit features native plant materials and local stone frame raised planting beds, which are fed by an irrigation system designed with conservation in mind.