This project was for a newly-wed couple with a baby on the way. They were tired of the cookie cutter landscape that are often in new housing developments. Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac, the landscape features a unique herb spiral bursting out the seams with perennial vegetables, berries, and beneficial plants and habitat for insects, native lizards and pollinators.
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Beautiful pictures of the many ways to plant a garden.
I know a thing or two about plants but don’t seem to have that “artistic eye” for design. Still learning and most likely forever 🙂
Will be visiting soon.
I am interested interested in getting a quote to get me started. I am located near downtown Silverton, Oregon. Is there a way of finding out the cost for you to come out? You appear to be the nearest landscaper that fully understands “Permaculture”.
I’m sorry. Silverton is outside of our service area unfortunately. It will probably be 20% more expensive to do an installation in your area than in Portland. I may be able to give you rough idea of the cost if you give me a bit more details. How large is the area you want us to work on? What kind of landscape do you want?