Meg Whitmer provides complete ecosystem design services specializing in Florida native habitats, with a focus on green infrastructure, coastal resilience and restorative redevelopment.
Margaret (Meg) Whitmer is a Florida licensed landscape architect who combines her design and horticulture expertise with her commitment to conservation and beautification initiatives that support environmental education and stewardship. A native of the Florida Panhandle, she earned her B.L.A. from Louisiana State University. As a professional landscape architect for over three decades, Ms. Whitmer has created a body of award-winning landscapes from the Florida Keys to the Florida Panhandle.
Known for her collaborative approach, Meg assembles the best team for each project and guides the process through design and construction. Most notable is her artistic approach to ecosystem design and knowledge of Florida native plants and horticulture. Representative projects include Cheeca Lodge of Islamorada in the Florida Keys, the Elliott Museum and Seascape, both in Stuart, Martin County, the Florida Botanical Gardens in Largo, Pinellas County, and living shorelines on both coasts.
She is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, American Horticulture Society, the Florida Association of Native Nurseries, Florida Earth Foundation, Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Tampa Garden Club, the Tampa Heights Community Garden and is Vice Chair of the Tampa Architectural Review Commission. She serves clients throughout the state of Florida.