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Press and Media Reviews

The New Low-Maintenance Garden, Valerie Easton
Pacific Northwest Magazine
Patio & Stone: A Sunset Magazine Design Guide
Seattle Magazine
2008 Reader’s Choice Award: Landscape Designers
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Seattle Times
NY Times
USA Today
Better Homes & Gardens
Home & Garden Magazine
Organic Gardening Magazine
Seattle Homes & Lifestyles
Garden Ideas & Outdoor Living: Better Homes & Gardens publication
Radio KVI with Scott Conner
Radio with Cisco Morris

“Seattle garden designer Cameron Scott is equal parts artist, innovator, and environmentalist. Cameron’s a problem solver, retaining hillsides with recycled steel planters, crafting screens of recycled glass, and building minimum-footprint, maximum-productivity vegetable spirals out of recycled steel or copper. Creating garden features as beautiful and useful as they are sustainable ensures that his clients love their gardens and Cameron’s designs over the long haul.”

VALERIE EASTON
The NEW Low-Maintenance Garden, 2009


“Landscape designer Cameron Scott saw the beauty of ‘going green’ long before it was fashionable, and his work is still spreading the gospel of sustainability.”

VALERIE EASTON
Pacific Northwest Magazine, February 15, 2009


“Exteriorscapes has grown steadily into one of the most innovative and respected [firms] in the Puget Sound area.”

PATIO & STONE : A SUNSET DESIGN GUIDE, January 2009


“Greenwood-based Exteriorscapes specializes in utilizing native Northwest elements – from granite to cedar to salal to water – to create unique, sustainable and visually striking garden spaces for a growing list of Seattle’s most discriminating clients. Through an ongoing collaboration with the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and the non-profit Seattle Tilth, the firm has racked up several Northwest Flower & Garden Show awards for its innovative showcase designs marrying traditional landscape design with cutting-edge sustainability elements.”

SEATTLE MAGAZINE, January 2008


“Planted containers provide lavish texture surrounding the slate patio that seemingly ‘floats’ above the water in Joanie Parson’s garden. Exteriorscapes built the garden to be sustainable and to function as an outdoor conference room. Joanie’s garden is now a perfect extension of her inside office space.”

SEATTLE HOMES & LIFESTYLES MAGAZINE September 2006


“The P-I and Seattle Tilth, a non-profit group devoted to sustainable organic gardening, are teaming up to create another display garden at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show. It’s called ‘Harvesting the Rain’ and is designed by Cameron Scott whose first P-I/Tilth garden was voted most popular at last year’s show.”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER November 20, 2006


“At the 2004 Northwest Flower & Garden Show, designer Cameron Scott built an impressive above-ground cistern that was as much entertainment and garden art as it was a water-saver. Water raced down a trough filled with colorful, recycled tumbled glass as if it were on a Matchbox car track. Water was handy for those plants that needed it on the spot.”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER June 11, 2005


“‘Feel the Heat,’ designed by Cameron Scott for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Seattle Tilth, won the Pacific Horticulture magazine award for best demonstrating the regional nature of garden design. Scott’s eye-catching design, which created a major buzz during previews, incorporates recycled, eco-friendly materials to capture heat during the day and release it in the evening, extending the time when gardeners and their friends and families can enjoy the outdoors and the garden.”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER February 10, 2005


“Designer Cameron Scott of Exteriorscapes created the kind of water-collection system that you would want front and center in your garden.”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER February 5, 2004


“’A Down-to-Earth Garden’” was designed by Cameron Scott of Exteriorscapes. The mission was to ‘demonstrate practical ways to create a welcoming organic oasis that respects the world’s resources.’ Much of the garden was built with recycled materials and included interesting elements such as a compost fence, living wall, herb spiral and even a chicken ‘tractor.’”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER January 27, 2003


“The experience that Scott and his crew bring to a job is what builds a good wall. They know, as Scott says, that ‘Every rock has a place, even if that place is buried under the patio.’”

SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER March 7, 2002