Frontier Landscaping grew out of a passion for plants and gardens. Steve and Tina Pash started small, establishing the company out of their shop at home in February 1988. Since that time, they have added a headquarters in Vancouver and have grown to a staff of more than 40. Certified professionals in their field are able to take on every aspect of landscaping and any size job and do so with success throughout SW Washington and NW Oregon.
In 2010, Steve and Tina added Sunshine Tree Services to Frontier to form what is now, Frontier Tree Service.
We pride ourselves on the quality and courtesy we offer clients no matter the scope of a project. It’s also important to us to be involved in the community in which we live and work. We have been and continue to be involved in many service projects, working with civic groups and other professionals. That’s why the community awards we’ve received mean so much to us. This family business is in it for the long haul! We make sure to provide thorough, ongoing training to our employees and work to build a cohesive and effective team.
Our hope is to go above and beyond your expectations in every project we undertake, from planning and design to excavation and installation to thorough, prompt cleanup, maintenance and follow-up care!
~Tina & Steve Pash
Service is our Business, Performance a Priority,
Customer Satisfaction our Goal
Our team provides a quality landscape experience and professional service that exceeds expectations,
develops and energizes team members to meet personal and career goals
and actively participates throughout the community.
Recent Blog Posts
Ideas and information from the experts.
Plant a Golden Rain Tree in Your Garden The Golden Rain Tree is a beautiful addition to your yard. Its name comes from the profusion of small yellow blooms that fall like golden rain and then blanket the ground. Also known by the botanical name Koelreuteria...
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The weeping Alaskan cedar, otherwise known as Xanthocyparis or Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula,’ is a tree commonly found and used in Pacific Northwest landscapes. There are good reasons for this: its attractive, narrow weeping form and compact, hardy, evergreen...