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Back in the early 1960s, Ralph Wells, the founder of the business, worked construction for a local contractor in the Bellevue area. Driven by the desire to own and manage his own business, he decided to buy his first backhoe. By 1963 he was out on his own. The business evolved quickly into a full service landscape company.
By the early 1970s, Ralph and his wife, Margaret and 3 children took another big step. They opened and operated a highly successful nursery and garden center in Bellevue (formerly known as R&R Nursery) . The business flourished over the years to follow as Ralph and his family and dedicated employees provided all the services they could offer. Ralph was always eager to give his customers what they were looking for and customer satisfaction was always his top priority.
In 1990 the business expanded its’ operations to Fall City and the old site of Koba Farms. It was Ralph’s desire to live and operate a business in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. This satellite facility known as Wells Farm and Nursery offered all the services of a retail nursery and garden center coupled with a landscape business.
Things were going well in the valley and in 1997 Ralph decided to close the Bellevue location and focus his efforts on the Fall City business. A few years later, in the early 2000s, after years of operating in the retail industry Ralph again decided to make another change. He decided to close the retail side of the business and redirect his efforts solely back to landscaping to fulfill his passion for designing and creating beautiful landscapes.
Since that time, Ralph Wells Landscaping has been doing what it has done best since 1963 – Providing its’ clients with quality, practical, long-lasting and beautiful landscapes.
Our approach is simple. Our customers tell us what they are looking for. We listen and offer practical advice and ideas along the way. Once we have arrived at a plan, we then move forward with the process of creating your landscape.