About Tony Piazza
Having grown up in the rural settings of upstate New York in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Tony is innately informed by nature and natural settings. After receiving his formal education at Cornell University and honing his design skills at various companies, be founded Piazza Horticultural in 1998. Because of his reputation as a first class plantsman with a strong eye for design, the firm steadily grew to what it is today – a pioneer in the field of environmentally sound design and maintenance practices. Leading a team of 30 members in the field and office as well as a stable of proven related service providers, he approaches all projects with confidence and pride.
Tony lives and gardens in Southampton Village and is deeply involved in his community. As the award winning designer of the East Hampton Village bioswale project – A ground breaking public awareness project that was one of the first public private partnership creating a model for other villages to aspire to regarding water quality issues. He also sits on many boards and committees:
Longhouse Reserve Garden Committee • Parrish Art Museum Landscape Committee • The Watermill Center Contributing Artist • Children’s Museum of the East End Board Member • Perfect Earth Project Board Member • Southampton Village Planning Board and Water Quality Committee • Southampton Town Agricultural Advisory Committee • Surfrider Foundation Member • NOFA Certified Organic Land Care Practitioner