KITCHEN DOOR LANDSCAPING
DENVER COMMUNITY ROOTS
At Kitchen Door, we’re invested in growing our Denver community from the ground up. We take the time to foster connection where it matters most—through deeply studying our local ecosystem, uplifting our local small businesses circle with project partnerships, and giving back to the Earth through team volunteering and regeneration initiatives.
We are proud to be a part of the Denver community, and to serve you and your neighbors with our beautiful, bespoke, and sustainable landscaping solutions.
Brett Bzdelik graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder and has been a landscape designer and project manager for over 12 years in the Denver Metro area. He loves to transform yards with his extensive knowledge of local plant material and custom features. Brett’s goal is to get his clients outdoors, enjoying their yard and the Colorado sunshine.
YOUR DENVER TEAM
Branden Freiner is an accomplished account manager with 15 years of success. Branden has a bachelor's degree in Business Management and has studied horticulture, landscape design, Colorado master gardening, and irrigation systems. He loves everything outdoors including backpacking, camping and fishing, and hopes to one day own a self-sufficient homestead.
Sandy Pham is from North Carolina and now lives in Denver, Colorado. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and got her MA at the University of Denver. With her background in nonprofit, government, and international work, Sandy is driven by compassion and is excited to connect people with their environments.
local plant life we love
our denver clients
This small conifer serves as a structure in the winter months where foliage is sparse. This staple’s ornamental needles hold the garden together through the snow.
This miniature ninebark is perfect for mass plantings, small gardens, edges, and containers. The flowers and foliage serve as food sources to wildlife such as butterflies and caterpillars alike.
white day lily
This flower is perfect for edging with lush foliage as well as being the first pop of color to alert you when springtime is here.
Native to the Great Plains of the US, this elegant warm season grass has showy seedheads that appear in midsummer and add fine texture to your garden and soothing sounds as the wind rustles through them