• Greenville Magazine, Best and Brightest 35 and Under, Class of 2007

  • Talk Magazine, Residential Garden, March 2009

  • At Home Magazine, Residential Garden, Spring 2009

  • At Home Magazine, Residential Garden, Spring 2008

  • Talk Magazine, Let There Be Mom Article, donated garden design, May 2008

  • The Greenville News, City People, Garden section, March 2008

  • South Carolina Home and Gardens, Residential Garden, October 2006

  • At Home Magazine, Residential Garden, Spring 2006

  • At Home Magazine, Residential Garden, Summer 2006

  • The Greenville Journal, Residential Garden, December 2003

  • Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Magazine, Graham’s own Garden, Spring 2000

  • Carolina Gardener Magazine, Graham’s own Garden, January 1998


Many Graham Kimak designed gardens have been featured throughout the Greenville area in garden and home tours. The following is a list of organizations and years that his garden designs were featured.  Did you happen to see any of them?

Greenville Council of Garden Clubs, Inc. (GCGC)Annual Garden Tours
Late 1990 Garden Tour
2010 Garden Tour
2011 Garden Tour
2012 Garden Tour

IHomes – Inspiration Home sponsored by Milestone Custom Homes
2010 Home located in Cobblestone Neighborhood
2012 Home located in Hollingsworth Development at Verdae

Greenville Symphony Tour of Homes
2011 – Home located in The Enclave in Thornblade


  • Camp Courage, Reflection Garden, Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center, SC
    Camp Courage is a program supported by Clement’s Kindness Fund. The camp creates an unforgettable recreational and education experience for children and teens living with cancer or other blood disorders and being treated at the BI-LO Charities Children's Cancer Center.  Camp Courage is held at Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center.  The camp is a state of the art, fully accessible facility that caters to the campers' physical, mental, and social needs.  

  • Let There Be Mom, Residential Garden, Greer, SC
    Let There Be Mom is an organization that provides various wishes to mothers who are terminally ill.

  • Safe Harbor Women’s Shelter, Landscape Master Plan, Greenville, SC
    Safe Harbor Women’s Shelter is a safe haven for battered or abused women and their children.

  • Ronald McDonald House, Landscape Master Plan, Greenville, SC
    The Ronald McDonald House provides temporary housing for the family of children undergoing extended medical procedures.

  • Inspiration Home, Landscape Master Plan, Simpsonville, SC
    This showcase home was built using energy-star appliances and various other advanced “Green” technologies throughout the home and landscape. Milestone Builders donated the proceeds from multiple home tours to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Graham Kimak provided a discounted design fee for the Inspiration Home landscape master plan.

  • Greenville Hospital System Swamp Rabbit Trail, Travelers Rest, SC
    Graham Kimak Landscape Designs partnered with Greenville Country Recreation Dept., Upstate Forever, Landscaper’s Supply, the city of Travelers Rest, the Cafe @Williams Hardware and other community partners to design and build a pocket park along the Swamp Rabbit Trail providing a place to park a bike, rest on a bench, give Fido a cool drink, grab a bite to eat, listen to live music, or just relax in downtown Travelers Rest.

  • Fine Arts Center -Provided landscape master plan for front entrance garden of this performing arts public high school in Greenville, SC.

  • YMCA /Caine Halter-Designed a community garden in Greenville, SC which included: vegetables, herbs, cutting garden, lecture stage, composting and rainwater harvesting.

  • YWCA/Augusta Road Designed a master plan for front parking and entrance area in Greenville,SC. The YWCA’s mission is to empower women and eliminate poverty.