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We use the Permaculture Design Process to create innovative, sustainable, and ecologically-inspired garden ecosystems.


We assess and manage the ecological impacts of the work we conduct.


Ecological Design - We consider the garden and it's surrounding areas at an ecosystem level, taking into account ecological processes and the ways in which the individual plants, abiotic features, and local wildlife will interact with one another over time and space. We look at overall diversity of not just flowers but ecological niches and functions including decomposition, pest regulation, rainfall interception, and nutrient cycling.


Harnessing useful ecological relationships to help design gardens that thrive in the environment that they inhabit and provide benefits to all walks of life.


We choose renewable locally sourced products and materials, and specialise in balancing beauty with sustainability, low-maintenance, and the use of native species.

Permaculture &

Ecological Design



  • Garden Wildlife Conservation

  • Ecological Surveys and Reports

  • Fruit trees and Orchards

  • Wildflower Establishment

  • Habitat Creation and Management

  • Low-impact Methods and Tools

  • Organic Food growing


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Comprehensive Organic Garden Management



Ecological Consultancy

All-round care and maintenance of the garden and it's inhabitant flora and fauna.


Weed management

Planting and transplanting

Feeding and watering

Pruning and training

Hedges and trees

Lawn care

Organic food growing

Mixed orchards

Wildflower establishment

Habitat creation


Low impact methofd and tools


Ecological Garden surveys and reports that take into account the habitats and species found on-site and in surrounding areas.


Detailed plant lists and species observations are used in combination with local biological records and geographical information about the site.


Gardens are photographed, mapped and described, and realistic suggestions of ways to enhance the ecological value of the garden are provided.