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The main goals of sustainable landscape design are to conserve water and energy, reduce waste and decrease runoff. In order to achieve these goals, residential gardens should treat water as a resource, value soil, preserve native plants and create habitat for native birds, pollinators and beneficials.
Pollinator gardening is much more than just a collection of plants. It’s a community of plants, birds, pollinators, and other wildlife (including those in the soil, water, and air) that work together to form a cohesive, balanced system. Pollinators are essential because they allow plants to reproduce.
By using plants that are well adapted, mulches that suppress weeds and conserve water, and drip irrigation to make the most use of water, these landscapes can have color and fragrance with only monthly or seasonal maintenance. All of my projects adopt this method of waterwise gardening.
The practical method of developing ecologically harmonious, efficient, and productive landscape systems in a sustainable way.
Hardscaping complements the natural environment and assisting in its preservation, we offer permeable, flagstone, and natural stone pavers.
Growing fresh, affordable food, in ever-changing seasonal surroundings, plus providing a home and sustenance for bees, butterflies, and birds.
The four basic needs of your wildlife visitors are food, water, cover, and nesting. Our designs attract and support native wildlife with this in mind.
We offer organic lawn, tree and shrub care, biodegradable fertilizers, and hand weeding so no herbicides will ever be used in our gardens.
Dryscape gardening produces greenspaces that require low amounts of maintenance and irrigation and can tolerate prolonged drought and long dry summers.
Highly recommend! John was patient and informative throughout, from the planning stages to the final product. Our new landscape and flagstone patio looks even better than we imagined.
John did a beautiful job on our backyard. He was fast, professional, and had great ideas on how to best utilize our space. His knowledge of natives is extensive and his stone work is beautiful
What was once a sad patch of water loving grass is now a hillside full of fruit trees, berries, vegetables, and native pollinator plants. It makes such a differnce to our lovely home.