Eisler Landscapes, Inc. — where innovation meets tradition.
John M. Eisler, in 1926, founded Eisler Nurseries which rapidly evolved into one of the region's foremost production nursery and landscape installation firms. By utilizing plant material grown on the nursery, Eisler defined the Pittsburgh landscape with the noted landscape installations of Mellon Park, Gateway Center and the original plantings of Point State Park. Eisler also installed prestigious landscapes for the Mellon and Heinz families, B. D. Phillips Estate and the John F. Kennedy White House swimming pool.
The current organizational structure of Eisler Landscapes, Inc. was formed after Eisler passed away in 1985, and his granddaughter Sherry Kyne, who had occupied a growing role for some time, assumed control of the family business. Hiring three horticulturists, Sherry expanded the full service landscape contracting company, continuing the Eisler tradition.
Today, Eisler Landscapes has evolved into a modern company with a dedicated fleet of the latest equipment, an in-house design team and horticulture, landscaping and construction experts, and 250 acres of nurseries. By drawing upon its long standing history and tradition, Eisler Landscapes continues to define Pittsburgh's landscape with projects such as: Allegheny County Office Building Green Roof, Carnegie Mellon University's Gates Science Center, and Trinity Cathedral restoration. We are always on the lookout for projects that will enhance the region we call home, beautifying it for the next generation. To that end, in conjunction with TreeVitalize, we planted 3000 street trees most of which were provided from our own fields. At Eisler Landscapes, the tradition continues.