Our Services

Pollinator Gardens

While most all the species we plant attract pollinators in some way or another, there are certain varieties (think flowers!) that our native pollinators (like butterflies and honey bees) prefer. While being beautiful, pollinator gardens can also help support other aspects of your landscape, such as a veggie garden, or orchard, by bringing in beneficial insects.

Potager Gardens

Potager is a French term used to describe a “kitchen garden”. Imagine walking out your door to find fresh herbs and vegetables ready to add to your dinner. This can take the form of wooden raised beds, or in-ground plantings and is designed specifically to be easy to access from your kitchen. Fill this space with the veggies and herbs you gravitate towards most in your daily habits.

Foundation Plantings

Carefully designed garden beds lining the foundation of your home help to absorb roof runoff, hide unsightly footings or external mechanical spaces, all while adding beauty and depth.

Lawn Care

Our lawn care services include spring and fall clean-up of leaves and other debris, as well as season-long mowing, trimming, and blowing.

Accent Ponds

Take your landscape diversity one step further by adding an accent pond. Accent ponds serve as habitat for water loving plants like reeds and lily-pads, as well as creatures such as frogs and salamanders. Allowing a place for fresh water to collect and circulate provides reliable drinking access for birds, insects, and small mammals. With a small solar pump, add a soothing waterfall or stream to your accent pond.

Food Forest Guilds

In this context, a guild is a small community of plants that help to support one another. The general layout of a guild includes a tall canopy tree (such as a nut tree), smaller fruiting trees (such as dwarf apples or seaberries), shrubs (such as currants), ground cover (clover, wild flowers, comfrey etc.), and vines (like wild grape). In this way, a guild aims to mimic the communities of plants we commonly find in nature. A guild can be a stand-alone planting in a small space, or serve as a building block upon which a larger area can be designed.