Layers of living vegetation installed on a rooftop. Each system differs by the depth of growing media used to support plant life. Key considerations include load-bearing capacity of the rooftop, waterproofing, drainage, and water storage systems, and strategic plant selection.
Any number of garden styles located on a roof. These often include living spaces and walkways that replicate the comfort and scenery of a traditional garden, with the added appeal of a sky view.
Stylized garden installations for front and back yards. Complimenting our expertise with plant media, these hardscapes include decks, patios, and walkways.
Sustainable Landscape Maintenance
A scientific approach to caring for landscapes as ecosystems. By understanding the interactions of soils, plants, insects, and animals, we can better address the needs of landscapes, thereby minimizing maintenance and energy consumption.
A shallow depression designed to absorb stormwater runoff from impermeable surfaces such as roofs and driveways. These capture pollutants from within the runoff, thereby reducing the harmful materials returning to urban waterways.
Any number of methods to capture and store rainwater. The water can then be reused to water landscapes and complete other household tasks.
Low Volume and
Drip Irrigation Systems
Irrigation methods that direct water to plant roots and use SMART technologies to sense when water is needed. By operating efficiently, these reduce water use and fertilizer applications.
Specific designs to shelter and feed birds, bees, butterflies, and other fauna. These serve as important sanctuaries for both native and migratory species of concern.
Outdoor lighting tailor-made to enhance entertaining space and plant scenery at night.