Permaculture design

Permaculture is the concept of utilizing land and resources, as well as people utilizing land, resources, people, and the environment in a manner that doesn't produce any waste.

Edible landscaping

Edible landscaping describes the unique combination of methods we use to create ornamental food forests.

Vertical gardening

Vertical gardening is a special kind of urban gardening suitable for small spaces, particularly for decorating walls and roofs in various styles.

Container gardening

Container gardening or pot gardening/farming is the practice of growing plants, including edible plants, exclusively in containers instead of planting them in the ground.

Garden lighting design

Garden lighting design is essential to landscape design, providing functional and aesthetic lighting to your outdoor space.

Cottage garden design

This informal crowding of various plants is a signature feature and a mix of perennial and annual flowers with vegetable and foliage plants.

Ecological landscape

Ecological landscape design makes meadows and gardens both pleasing to the eye and functional parts of the ecosystem, providing resources and habitat for essential wildlife.

Wildlife-friendly landscaping

Opt for a range of nectar and pollen-rich plants, including those that produce food at different times of year to support the broadest range of species, from pollinators to birds and bats.

Rain garden design

The concept has become popular in flood prevention. In their simplest form, "they are a shallow permeable planted bed designed to receive runoff from a paved area or roof.

Formal garden design

A garden with a clear structure, geometric shapes and in most cases a symmetrical layout. Its origin goes back to the gardens located in the desert areas of Western Asia, which are protected by walls.

Drought-tolerant landscaping

Drought-tolerant landscaping and plants can grow or thrive with minimal water or rainfall, and drought-resistant plants are more resilient and can survive much longer without water.

Outdoor space planning

Planning will allow you to integrate natural and artificial elements so an outdoor living space blends into its natural setting, complimenting the surrounding environment.

Low-maintenance landscaping

Keep planting simple – hardy shrubs and evergreen plants are key.

Tropical garden design

l​arge, vibrant foliage, flamboyant flowers and eye-catching architectural statement plants and group plants with different leaf shapes

Garden design and construction

The compositional elements of garden design and landscape design are terrain, water, planting, constructed elements and buildings, paving, site characteristics and genius loci, and the local climatic qualities.

Zen garden design

Zen gardens are traditionally small, enclosed spaces for quiet contemplation and meditation. The design of a Zen garden typically consists of carefully arranged rocks, raked gravel or sand, and minimalistic plantings, such as moss or shrubs.