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We partner with nature to increase the amount of wildlife everywhere we look using regenerative landscaping practices and carbon neutral solutions.


Native Plants

Native plants like the pictured Common Milkweed support biodiversity, are beautiful, are easier to grow and are cheaper to maintain than nonnative plants.

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More Life

Our landscapes are literally crawling with life like the pictured Snowberry Clearwing Hummingbird Moth. 

Growing Plant

Soil Health

Healthy plants start with healthy soil. We focus on the 1 billion + organisms that live in 1 teaspoon of healthy soil to ensure your plants thrive. 


Sustainable Practices

All our handheld equipment is powered by solar panels and we focus on reducing landfill waste by saving old materials to be reused in later projects. Any remaining waste we try to recycle. 


Minimal Chemicals

Yard care chemicals are toxic to living organisms. Therefore, we use them sparingly as a last resort  - typically to combat invasive species. See chemicals for more information

Our Difference

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”

Jane Goodall


Our Services

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Click photo for video example of native plant design including customer goals and observations that impacted design along with design, plants and photos.



We'll handle your plants with care to ensure they get the best possible start transforming your yard into an environmental wonderland.



1/3 of leaf matter becomes long-lived soil organic matter which conditions your soil and provides shelter to overwintering insects. Our designs ensure space for fall leaves to break down normally over the winter. 



We will quickly and efficiently install amendments like leaf mold, compost and mulch (NOT black-dyed)


Grass Cutting

We use electric equipment including mower, trimmers, blower and chainsaw to reduce noise, air and groundwater pollution. Click for more information.



Click the Blue Lobelia picture to see more photos of natives or check out our latest posts in Facebook.


Memberships & Partners

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