Dubberley Landscape works with residential and commercial clients in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to create beautiful and sustainable outdoor environments. We are committed to helping people and communities work with natural landscapes.
Landscape design is changing with the times and climate, creating opportunities for responsible and innovative solutions to drought and heat, water restrictions, and habitat loss. Our mission is to create beautiful outdoor environments and provide you with the best in ecological landscape solutions and design to meet the needs of our North Texas environment.
Our specialty is sustainable landscaping: heat and drought-tolerant, waterwise, and low-maintenance. These elements come to life with native plantings, rain gardens, and wildlife habitats. Beauty and function is the goal.
Who is Carrie Dubberley
Carrie Dubberley is the creative force behind Dubberley Landscape. She is a degreed Horticulturist, teacher, writer and speaker.
Carrie began life as an artist. With a green thumb and an eye for natural beauty, she received her Horticulture degree from Colorado State University in 1987.
She has brought her talents together in Dubberley Landscape to artistically design beautiful, naturalistic landscapes.
Carrie has always gravitated toward energy-efficient and water-saving landscapes and was one of the first local landscapers to offer native and well-adapted plants. Since 1995, Carrie’s goal has been to create beautiful, ecological outdoor living environments and native landscape solutions.
In the Media
Carrie Dubberley has written for the Dallas Morning News, Neighborsgo, Texas Nursery and Landscape Association, Dallas Home Design, and Lawn and Landscape.
01/02/14 in The Dallas Morning News: Earth-friendly gardening a priority at Plano’s Community Harvest Community Garden
Carrie is available to contribute articles to print media or other forms of publications interested in promoting sustainable gardening with native Texas plants.
Work with Carrie
Carrie is available for design and horticultural consultation, one-on-one garden coaching, as well as lecturing and teaching events. For more information, contact Carrie via email or call 214-770-6252.