When Joe Lambert, Sr. founded the company in 1919, Dallas was getting its first traffic lights. WWI had changed the face of Europe and the industrial revolution was changing the way Americans lived. The first irrigation sprinkler head had just been patented and the profession of landscape architecture in America was in its infancy.
As Dallas was coming of age, the Lambert brothers launched the city’s first landscape architecture firm, introducing azaleas and their classic, elegant design sensibilities and horticultural expertise to a public eager to embrace a cultivated and integrated environment between home and garden.
That spirit and belief in sustainable design lives on today. Being of service, giving value, making a difference in the environment—three core values that have not wilted over the course of Lambert’s legacy and history of beautifying landscapes for the people and cities of Dallas, Fort Worth and beyond, including 38 of 50 states and Jamaica.