Passionate about Horticulture

  • Container gardens and a seating area adds a cozy space to a vibrant garden
  • Jeff Kin using machinery called a Ditch Witch as he improves a clients property on a lake.
  • Beautiful gardens by Highland Horticultural include a brick paver patio, colorful flowers, and a neat lawn adjacent to a lake.
  • Shrub and Tree Trimming by Highland Horticultural Services creates a welcoming entrance area to a home surrounded by a brick paver walkway and drive.
  • Winding walkways, shrubs, perennials, and a container garden welcome guests at a residence by Highland Horticultural Services
  • A woman smiles as she helps to create an interesting container arrangement next to the front door of a house. She adds small branches and pansies.
  • Shrubs and plants brighten spaces maintained by Highland Horticultural Services
  • trimmed shrubs surround beautiful flowers at the front gate of a property
  • A container is planted with bright flowers and foliage plants to create a focal point in front of a metal bench. The container sits atop a brick pillar and garden pathways and trees surround the area that is filled with flowers.

Highland Horticultural Services wants to bring peace, beauty, and function to your unique outdoor space.

A hammock is surrounded by a peaceful garden filled with flowers and plants.

Highland Horticultural is passionate about horticulture. Check out our photo gallery here. Additionally, you can also find photos of our work on our Facebook Page and Instagram. Check it out and let us know what you think! Visit our About Page to learn more about our company.

About Us

Highland Horticultural is a fine gardening company that has been caring for landscapes in Oakland County since 2000. We are passionate about creating and maintaining beautiful gardens.

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2393 Pontiac Rd., Auburn Hills, MI 48326

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Azaleas add color and interest to your home. Image Isi of azaleas adjacent to windows of a brick home.
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