Green Acres began in 1991 as an all inclusive landscape service company providing installation and maintenance for private customers, residential and commercial complexes, and public works. Over the years the Anchorage based Green Acres has evolved into an exclusive custom design/build landscape company. The focus of Green Acres is to shape some of the most valuable properties in Anchorage into attractive, enjoyable and usable outdoor spaces, and then provide the ongoing care and maintenance services for those properties to keep them looking great. Our retail sales center is a result of our need to import the highest quality landscape and plant materials for our customers. Our mission is to provide uncompromising craftsmanship and service for all of your landscaping needs.
Green Acres is staffed with seasoned professionals that have made landscaping their career. We have a very low turnover rate, with the majority of our employees having over 6 years of experience with Green Acres. This ensures that the landscapers working your project are knowledgeable, efficient, and will complete the project to the high standards that Green Acres has become known for.
Owner and Landscape Designer
Gus emigrated from Russia to the United States in 1990. In Russia he and his brother had started and operated the first private landscaping company in the Soviet Union, doing public works between 1986 and 1990. A year after his arrival in this country he established Green Acres. Gus is a member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers and has developed a respected reputation for his years of design work in the Anchorage community. In his free time Gus continues to pursue his passion for cross country skiing, a sport he competed in at a high level for the Russian ski team.
Jon has been designing and installing landscapes in Alaska since 2001. Jon has a degree in Biology and is a certified Master Gardener, ISA Certified Arborist and has shared his knowledge on water features as a guest lecturer for numerous Alaska garden conferences. When he isn’t working in the dirt Jon can be found climbing ice or skiing in Alaska, or surfing a wave in warm waters somewhere in the world.