The first step is meeting with Howard to discuss your landscape.
The second step is securing and executing the agreed upon plan.
The third step is the installation and completion of your unique habitat.
Habitat quality is essential for both bringing natural wonder and much needed biodiversity to urban and suburban landscapes and gardens.
Enjoyment, visual quality, and engagement come from natural habitats and their features. Physical well being, learning, and quality of life are all contributed to with thoughtful and biodiverse landscaping and design.
Landscapes and gardens have the potential for valuable carbon storage and carbon sequestration and can reduce flood hazards by reducing runoff, slowing surface flows and creating space for imminent water.
The resilience of nature is astounding and fills me with hope. We should however not take the power of nature for granted. Living in a concrete jungle we are disconnected from the earth and the repercussions of our actions. We must acknowledge the natural order of things. Find balance with our native environment.
Who could not love splendid pines and whimsical wildflowers? Share your garden with hummingbirds and bees. Enjoy beauty around you and give back green space to the plants and animals with which we share this planet.
Harnessing the needs and desires of our clients while installing remarkable and forward thinking gardens and landscapes.
Every garden and landscape we install makes a big difference.
With over 500 local installations we provide Residential & Commercial Installations
Enjoy the beautification process and worthwhile results including money saved.
"Urban heat mitigation is a priority for many cities that have undergone heat waves in recent years. Vegetation can help reduce the urban heat island by providing shade, modifying thermal properties of the urban fabric, and increasing cooling through evapotranspiration. This has consequences for health and wellbeing of citizens through reduced mortality and morbidity, increased comfort and productivity, and reduced need for air conditioning (A/C)." - Stanford University National Capital Project
What's important to you?
Howard loves and installs Urban Forests