SOURCE: Janet Moyer Landscaping

Janet Moyer Landscaping

October 06, 2011 12:00 ET

Janet Moyer Landscaping Featured at Junior League of San Francisco's 17th Annual Home Tour

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 6, 2011) - Janet Moyer Landscaping (JML), a full service landscaping company in San Francisco devoted to addressing the unique challenges of urban garden constraints, announced today it will donate its services for a landscape design "spruce up" at the 17th Annual Home Tour sponsored by the Junior League of San Francisco. This year's theme -- "Modernism Through the Ages" -- will put a spotlight on a collection of private homes throughout the Sea Cliff neighborhood and will feature the first-ever Dwell magazine's "Showhome."

"We are honored to participate in this one-of-a-kind home show and provide our expertise to support the exceptional work the Junior League of San Francisco does in our community," says Janet Moyer, founder and president of JML.

The preview gala will take place on October 22 followed by the home tour and marketplace on October 23. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

Recognized as one of the nation's foremost tours of private residences, proceeds from the Home Tour support the JLSF's community programs by funding community grants and services. In recent years the show has raised over $250,000.

About Janet Moyer Landscaping
Founded in 1990, Janet Moyer Landscaping is an award-winning full service landscaping company based in San Francisco, CA. It has designed and installed more than 460 unique and customized gardens in San Francisco's varied terrain. The company specializes in the creation of custom residential landscapes that address the unique challenges posed by San Francisco's climate, significant grade changes and architectural constraints. Owned and managed by Janet Moyer and Michael Hofman, JML applies sustainable practices to its residential landscape design, installation and maintenance services. In 2010, JML received recognition for its work in designing and installing the first "teaching garden" for children at a public library in San Francisco. For more information, visit or call 415-821-3760; and become a member of the JML community at and

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