Vegetable gardens have an allure all their own. They nourish us beyond the visual beauty they provide. They remind us of what our ancestors have been doing for ages in their cultivation of the earth. Our "seed, weed, harvest" services are intended to afford our client all the joys of a vibrant, productive garden. While we welcome and delight in our clients' involvement, we will also happily do all the work! We think that being able to prepare a meal from an array of seasonal ingredients just harvested or the ability to walk outside and pick tomatoes right off the vine is one of the finest experiences in life. Even watching the bees wait for most beautiful blossoms to open in the morning is a bit of a buzz. Some would say growing vegetables is an art. We think the garden itself can be artful, well designed and does not have to be the unruly jungle that many of us picture (and some of us do love.) Combining beauty and functionality to create highly customized gardens and services for our clients is what we are all about.
Herbs are an integral part of the vegetable garden. They can also be the focal point of a design, because of the natural fragrance and profuse blooms they produce, which are attractive both to the eye and to precious pollinators. Perennial herbs such as mint, alliums, tarragon, sages and lavenders are staples of an herb garden. Annuals such as cilantro, basil, and edible flower varieties are essential flavors in the summer kitchen.
We design gardens and arrangements for every season. From the bright red flowering quince of early spring to winter arrangements of evergreens and berries. Our goal is to bring the most beautiful elements of the outside world into the home. This constant connection to the natural world is grounding, healing and a visual joy. These arrangements and elements may adorn the table, the powder room, or be simple decorative accents such as twisting branches or hand tucked fall wreaths. The options are truly endless. You can read more about what we offer in our menu of services on the about page.