Mark Rynearson planted his first pachysandra at age thirteen and has been involved in the nursery and landscape trade ever since. He graduated from Cornell University in 1976 with a B.S. degree in Landscape Architecture. A solid combination of professional education plus 30 years of design and installation experience has given Mark a strong working sense of both aesthetic and practical possibilities.
Mark served as a director of The New Hampshire Landscape Association from 1993 to 1997 and has contributed numerous hours and expertise to improving parks and public spaces in Goffstown.
The Rynearson Company has received numerous awards from organizations including the New Hampshire Main Street Program, New Hampshire Landscape Association, Builder Magazine and American Society of Landscape Architects. The company's work has been featured New Hampshire Magazine and New Hampshire Home Magazine.
Homeowners rely on Mark's extensive plant knowledge for easy and stress-free decision making.
"So often we spend money on something and wish we had not. Please know this is not one of those times. Somehow right from the start I felt we were truly going to be happy and enjoy what you and the crew would do at our home. We've had many compliments but most of all we enjoy it. Please give our best to the crew."Tom and Kate
"The guys that work for you are the nicest, most polite of all the people that have ever worked here, and they're hard-working, too."Betsey
The Rynearson Company employs a crew of six to eight experienced landscape personnel throughout the planting season. Lead foremen, Nick Manolis and Mike Brady, each have more than a decade experience in landscaping. They provide the tested knowledge, leadership, attention to detail and standard of craftsmanship needed for the most intensive landscape projects.
For specialized work, The Rynearson Company engages only the most qualified landscape subcontractors, valued for their technical expertise and artisan-quality standards.
We offer landscaping services throughout southern and central New Hampshire, as well as the Upper Valley.