In the 1960s, Réal Lambert was operating a horticulture business part time: producing annuals, he also did landscaping work and maintenance. In the 1970s, he opened a garden centre named Pépinière Lambert.
In 1994, Daniel Lambert created a new entity: Paysage Lambert.
Four years later, André Dubreuil, who had also been working in the landscaping sector since the late 1980s, joined the business as a shareholder.
In early 2013, Mathieu Lajoie joined the Paysage Lambert team. With his experience in designing green urban projects for the Montreal firm Groupe Rousseau Lefebvre, he has breathed new life into to the business.
After many years of devotion, André Dubreuil left the administration of the company but stays on as a project manager. Mathieu and Jean-François become partners with Daniel as the company looks to its future and to take up new challenges.
In the early 1980s, for a keen interest in the whole horticulture scene in Quebec was generated by events such as the International Floralies exhibition and the Villes et Villages Fleuris contest. This enthusiasm inspired several young people, including Daniel Lambert (son of Réal Lambert), to work in this sector. Daniel Lambert acquired his father’s business in the late 1980s and specialized it in landscaping.
In 2003, landscaping architect Aaron P. Wallis (who became a shareholder in 2008) added wind to the business’s sails. The company subsequently became a leader in the industry, in terms of both landscape design and landscaping work.
After a couple of years working as crew supervisor in the early 2000s, Jean-François Poitras comes back as a part time project manager. Thanks to his construction experience, Jean-François opens new doors to the business.