KITCHEN DOOR LANDSCAPING
SEATTLE COMMUNITY ROOTS
At Kitchen Door, we’re invested in growing our Seattle 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 Seattle community, and to serve you and your neighbors with our beautiful, bespoke, and sustainable landscaping solutions.
Caroline Kristof has been interested in regenerative agriculture and startups since lifting her family farm business off the ground during the pandemic. Caroline loves the culture of empowerment and self-starter energy that Kitchen Door embraces. She's excited to continue to help grow the business and transform urban spaces into healthier and more biodiverse ecosystems.
YOUR SEATTLE TEAM
Blu Frankel hails from New Jersey and recently graduated from Harvard University, where he studied Social Anthropology. Post-college, Blu has spent time working in the nonprofit world and in live music/events. He is passionate about reigniting folks' connection to the natural world, and looks forward to helping you transform your landscape into a tiny paradise!
local plant life we love
One of the most revered trees in North American History, this forest giant is a character staple to its environment and will leave a legacy far after it's planted. Talk about planting for future generations, this plant often reaches hundreds, sometimes even a thousand years old.
A versatile candidate, rhododendrons provide beautiful blooms in wild and suburban environments alike. Although they don't enjoy harsh sun, they can provide a great pop of color in a more shady environment and play extremely well with oaks and pines as companions.
A friend to many animals and pollinators, this small flower provides character to any garden with its small red blooms.
A great species for wet areas, this sedge enjoys getting its feet wet near a body of water, creek, or even small splash pool.