Charles King Sadler, brings decades of experience to his work as a landscape designer and expert in restorative care. Mr. Sadler has been engaged to train, consult and speak with professional gardeners and enthusiasts throughout the United States and internationally.

Mr. Sadler brings to the craft of garden restoration, the eye of an artist and knowledge of a certified arborist. An alumnus of Rochester Institute of Technology, Mr. Sadler spent his early creative career composing conceptual illustrations for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Phoenix, The Toronto Globe and Mail and many regional publications. He was commissioned to create fine art, murals, marketing materials and hand lettering for commercial and private clients.

Mr. Sadler began his professional horticultural career at The Humes Japanese Stroll Garden in 1998, in beautiful Mill Neck New York on Long Island; learning traditional Japanese garden construction, care and centuries old hand-pruning technique.

Mr. Sadler did his Masters studies in Landscape Architecture on Syracuse University's Campus at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF). Mr. Sadler created his own design and care practices, King Garden Designs and King Garden Care, to bring the finest in landscape restoration and rejuvenation to mature and declining landscapes in diverse regions.