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We custom design, install, and maintain indoor and outdoor plantscapes throughout New England and all regions of the United States. Founder and President David Truglio brings over 30 years of experience in the plantscape industry to assist you in creating the optimal design for your home or business.

Green Designs has access to an extensive array of live plants, artificial elements, and myriad of decorative container options in styles ranging from classic to contemporary and everything in-between. We have participated in many local and national education programs which enables our staff to offer the highest quality services and cutting edge designs. We attribute our steady growth to quality service, quality materials, and the ability to make your vision become a reality.

We were recently featured in a Hartford Business Article:

It was a modest start, as he set up shop as a street vendor in downtown Hartford.

Fast forward about four decades, and Truglio, together with Chris Pianta at AgroSci Inc, worked on a massive project at the Hard Rock Casino in Florida that includes the largest green wall in the U.S.   AgrosSci oversaw design and installation of the greenwall, and Green Designs designed and installed all other Hard Rock plantings throughout the hotel and resort.  Green Designs continues to provide maintenance services to the greenwalls and all plants.


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Other high-profile projects include the 1,000-plant design at Mohegan Sun Casino — they changed the flowers based on the season – as well as designing the interior black olive tree and  plantscape design nationally for MiDici restaurants. Green Designs is known for their design sense and attention to detail, making them a leader in the plantscape industry.

Judging by the tendency toward environmentalism among Millennials and Generation Z, along with a solid decade of architects and designers incorporating plants in apartment buildings, office suites, hotels and other spaces, we see nothing but growth on the horizon.


“It just has this effect psychologically,”  Truglio said of designs that include plants. “They give people more of an experience in a location rather than feeling like they’re just passing through a space.”  

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