SiteOne Landscape Supply Acquires Stone and Soil Depot in San Antonio

SiteOne Landscape Supply

SiteOne® Landscape Supply, Inc. (NYSE: SITE), announced today the acquisition of Stone and Soil Depot, Inc., a leading distributor of hardscapes and landscape supplies with three locations in the Greater San Antonio, Texas market. “Stone and Soil Depot is a terrific addition to SiteOne as they add both natural and manufactured stone products as well as landscape supplies to our existing irrigation, agronomic, nursery and landscape lighting product lines in Central Texas. This acquisition aligns with our mission to be the best full line distributor to landscape professionals and represents our second dedicated hardscape and landscape supply company in Texas,” … Read more

BrightView Acquires Luke’s Landscaping in Florida and Desert Classic in Arizona

BrightView Landscapes

BrightView has acquired  Luke’s Landscaping, Inc. (“Luke’s”) and Desert Classic Landscaping (“Desert Classic”), both previously owned and operated by FirstService Residential, a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Both Luke’s and Desert Classic are leading, single-source, year-round landscape service providers, offering a full suite of commercial landscaping solutions, including grounds management, landscape enhancement, irrigation, spray and arbor services. Luke’s was founded more than 40 years ago and currently operates two branches in South Florida with nearly 250 employees, serving customers between Coral Springs and Miami. Desert Classic was established in 2002 and currently operates two … Read more

Yellowstone Landscape Acquires Native Land Design in Texas

Yellowstone Landscape has acquired Austin-based Native Land Design. Native land Design has operations  in Austin, Houston, and McAllen, Texas. “I met with a lot of great people during the process and Yellowstone stood out,” said Native’s founder, Ben Collinsworth. “We have very similar operations, people, software, processes and priorities. We are all very excited to continue in this journey with Yellowstone and believe we will be able to mutually benefit each other for years to come.” Native Land Design has current revenue around $15 million and a staff of approximately 250 people.