Your satisfaction is our priority and we strive to provide a service we are proud of. We start every project by providing a thorough consultation to understand your goals and the needs of the project. We do this to guarantee that the project is completed according to your preferences.
Copper Creek pays special attention to the details of every project to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. Our goal is to enhance the exterior of your home, raise your property value, and beautify your whole neighborhood.
We specialize in helping clients increase the value and beauty of their homes by creating elegant outdoor living spaces. We create beautiful yard designs by combining seasonal color, perennials, landscaping, and maintenance. Our goal is to ensure that you are satisfied with the end result of your project.
Agriculture matters to the New Jersey Farm Bureau...and it matters to Copper Creek!
Being able to claim NJ Grown ensures the customer, that the grower adheres to the stringent National Standards for Nursery Stock.
Their mission... The Perennial Plant Association connects professionals, provides education, and promotes perennial plants.
The only people who will work on your landscape are Copper Creek Landscape employees. Our team members have experienced and are familiar with your landscape needs.
We have all necessary licenses for our area, and we carry insurance for all of our projects.
Some larger construction projects require special licenses and certifications. We have trusted members of the landscaping community that we work with for those special cases.
We can do all kinds of landscaping, but our specialty is in mixing non-native and native plants to make a landscape that meets your needs and fits the ecology of our area.
David is an accomplished Landscape Nurseryman, with a business that has been successful for over 25 years. Operations are located in west-central New Jersey where he runs a thriving maintenance and installation business, consultancy, and his most recent push to construct a nursery on over 65 acres of his farm. David’s extensive experience in landscape and hardscape design, nurturing and growing plant materials, historical restorations, and green solutions has provided him a base of expertise to bring to his customers, his classroom at Mercer Community College (MCC) and the State of New Jersey.
Throughout David’s career, he has held leadership positions in organizations in New Jersey that pursue the education and advancements of landscape design and use of plant materials. He is a continuous learner and recently pursued the NRCS for advice on his own conservation plan. David holds his CNLP, and is working with native plants and cultivars to build a next generation of plant materials. He has directed, managed the students, and played an instrumental role in the designs and installations for Mercer Community College as they competed in The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, wining bronze, silver, and gold, year over year respectively. Additionally, David was brought in to consult for local solar companies due to his knowledge in soils, to ensure the proper grasses and plant materials were used at the shore, in southern part of the state and locally in central New Jersey to ensure ecologically sound natural solutions that were sustainable and esthetically pleasing.
David holds a BS in Bioscience and Ornamental Horticulture Environmental Design and in April completed The New Jersey Agricultural Leadership Society Development Program, a Joint Legislative Commendation. David is the Vice President of the Hunterdon County Board of Agriculture as well as a member of the New Jersey Farm Bureau. David is a dedicated family man, married for 11 years, with two children whom he supports in their pursuits with sports, the scouts and 4H. David is more than just a one commodity person – he can speak on and pursue many facets of what is needed for New Jersey in a position with the State Board of Agriculture
Tom Castronovo of the Gardener News published the owner of Copper Creek, David DeFrange II as the 2019 Person of the Year.
The Gardener News is an influential "monthly agricultural, gardening, landscaping, and nursery" publication. The newspaper is offered in print and online with articles cover local, national and regional farming and growing topics as well as, horticultural news, and events. Tom is one of the most influential writers for the Gardener News and works closely with organizations and the State Board of Agriculture to ensure his readers have the latest information in hand! The newspaper is published monthly and you can sign up for your subscription here https://www.gardenernews.com/about-us/
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