Peter Boyle

Peter's career evolved from beginning as a farm kid in Stutsman County, ND to achieving a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from NDSU and, upon passing rigorous examinations and accomplishing the required professional experience, is a Licensed Landscape Architect in North Dakota.


He's acquired invaluable professional experience providing homeowners, businesspeople, and civic officials in Southern California and Minneapolis - St. Paul with world-class design solutions and state of the art construction. In 2012 he was honored by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association with an Award for Excellence in Landscape Design. ​ In 2013 he won First Place in the Landscape Design Award Competition sponsored by the North Dakota Nursery and Greenhouse Association.


Peter lives with his wife Abbie and daughter and son on a 100 year old farmstead outside Embden, ND.

Betsy Boyle

With an encyclopedic knowledge of trees, shrubs, perennials, and flowers, it's no wonder she's come to be known as an expert by family and friends - not to mention countless satisfied customers. ​​


Betsy has been cultivating her expertise for over 20 years, since first becoming a Master Gardener and founding two businesses - Boyle Farm Flowers in 1996 and Swan Creek Garden Design in 2001.  It's her combination of artistry and sensibility that drives her success in the garden and in the business world - she is a former board member and past President of the North Dakota Nursery and Greenhouse Association.  ​

Betsy lives in Fargo with her loyal dog, Burley. She spends her free time with her two sons and their families or working in her own backyard - "the most intensively gardened 200 square feet in the city."

Halley Bartlett

Creative outlets and working with people have always been what Halley enjoys most. Landscape Architecture was a clear path. She is currently in her fourth year at NDSU pursuing a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture. 

Her time with Boyle Landscape Architects over the last year has been spent primarily in the design process. Her focus and attention to detail help to ensure that projects are organized. 

Halley spends her free time in the ceramics studio, sketching, and working on projects for class. 

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