Business Spotlight: Ward Landscapes


At age 15, Wes Ward of Ward Landscapes Inc. started working in the “green industry” at a local golf course and has never left the business. In 2001, Ward began his landscaping career in St. George, Utah. After a successful run in St. George, Ward relocated to Salt Lake City and then to Wellington, where he currently resides. In 2001, Ward Landscapes began as a landscape only company and in 2006, they expanded and began offering fencing. Through the years, Ward Landscapes Inc. has offered more and more outdoor needs and maintenance to their list of services.

Ward Landscapes Inc. offers landscaping, fencing, property maintenance and snow removal. Last year, they opened their own garden center. Ward Landscapes Inc.’s mission is “to provide outstanding quality service in the creation of a peaceful outdoor environment for our clientele, our community, and for all to enjoy.”

Not only is the crew at Wards Landscapes good looking, they also speak Spanish and are extremely friendly. The quality and the way Ward Landscapes, Inc. backs up their product is what sets them apart from other landscaping companies. They ensure the best quality products as well as outstanding service to all their customers.

Stop by Ward Landscapes Saturday, May 3 from 9am – 6pm for a full day of fun and events. The radio station will be doing a live broadcast and there will be giveaways as well as specials offered throughout the day.

Mother’s day specials will be running from now until Mother’s day. Stop by today to purchase potted flowers, hanging baskets and a wide variety of gardening essentials. And remember, it’s that time of year again to start planting tomatoes, peppers and seeds. Ward Landscapes offers all gardening necessities, including mow curb and fruit trees, which are also on sale.

For a quote or installation information, call Ward Landscapes Inc. today. They can be contacted at (435) 637-WARD (9273.) Their office and garden center is located at 695 East Main Street in Wellington. To view photos of their landscapes and fences, visit

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