KITCHEN DOOR LANDSCAPING
HOUSTON COMMUNITY ROOTS
At Kitchen Door, we’re invested in growing our Houston 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 Houston community, and to serve you and your neighbors with our beautiful, bespoke, and sustainable landscaping solutions.
Chelsie Celestine is a graduate of Southern University and A&M College and holds a Masters from Our Lady of the Lake University. She enjoys marrying her love of indoor plants, herbs, and the Earth with her love for client relations in her work at Kitchen Door.
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local plant life we love
This hardy evergreen will stand up to the confusing winter weather without batting an eye. It serves as an excellent structure of privacy while also impacting its environment with its restorative qualities such as pollinator attraction, soil restoration, and general good fragrance.
Known for its wood and bark, lantana is a staple to any garden providing profuse bloom from a deciduous shrub. It is drought tolerant, and very adaptable in rough soils, so it can be planted just about anywhere.
As a pop of yellow to your garden, this perennial is a huge bird and pollinator attractor.
inland sea oats
With a mixture of colors and textures as it matures yearly, inland sea oats bring a ton of interest to any garden. Not only visually appealing, Their foliage and seeds create a calming sound when blowing in the wind.