Kirsten Lints’ love of landscapes has a rich and geographically diverse past. From memories of planting carrot seeds as a 4 year old in western Washington, to growing up on a wheat farm in eastern Washington to helping others learn about compost tea in the South Pacific; these experiences have given her the incredible working knowledge to start her own landscape design business and combine facts and flowers together like a puzzle.
After obtaining Biology & Botany degrees & a Master in Education from the UW followed by serving as a Peace Corps volunteer with her husband for 2 years in the Kingdom of Tonga as a biology teacher and garden educator, her work combines an innate love of outdoors, nature & people and has been a perfect fit for her family and own interests.
Kirsten is a Certified Professional Horticulturist, an active Master Gardener and volunteers with many other associations including serving as President for the Seattle Chapter of the Washington State Nursery and Landscape Association, an advisor for a local high school Horticulture Department and a representative to the Washington Community Forestry Council. Her design work has earned a Gold Medal as co-designer in 2011 and 7 awards including Founders Cup & People’s Choice in 2014 at the Northwest Flower & Garden.
Living in rural Duvall has given her space to trial (and sometimes fail) with her own landscape. Hopeful to help you create meaningful and purposeful garden spaces, Kirsten Lints is thrilled to help you learn more about your landscape.