C. Mac Landscape is a full service Landscape and Tree Care Company. We are natives of the East End with over 35 years of experience.
From Concept and Design, to Construction, Maintenance, Plant Healthcare, Organic Tick Control, and Wholesale Trees, we offer an extremely personalized and creative approach to each and every client and project.
Our Team is second to none. Experienced, knowledgeable, talented, reliable, dedicated to their work and providing excellent service and craftsmanship to our clients, some for 12+ years with us.
Our mission is your trust in the respect and care we provide to your property, while you enjoy your beautiful and healthy surroundings.
We are conveniently located on the premises of Agway Country Gardens, behind the Bridgehampton Commons, right at the railroad tracks. Stop in and say hi and grab a cup of coffee or tea. We are happy to consult with you.
Meet Tom Mac
Tom is a true Sag Harbor Native, born and raised through and through. Chances are he can tell you more about your home and property than anyone. Since 1982, with his deep love and dedication to the area, Tom has been creating and taking care of some of the most beautiful landscapes and properties on the East End. His true talent and expertise lies in knowing what a property needs and working with homeowners and the towns, to achieve and see through, the vision and greatest potential of any project from concept to reality. Tom practices martial arts and makes the correlation between that practice and the study of Horticulture in that the more you learn, the more there always is to learn.
Meet Cindy Mac
Before moving to Sag Harbor, Cindy was an Art Director in some of the most prestigious advertising firms in NYC. A designer and artist, her passion lies in understanding and identifying the overall concept, design and aesthetic of our clients, their homes and properties. Her love of color, flowers and attention to detail shines through in every project she designs. She is dedicated to family and friends, and painting large scale florals and landscapes inspired by the endless beauty of the East End.