Whether it’s an urban oasis or rolling hill estate, we’re here to assist you find the right solution to your landscaping needs. Our process starts with a 1-hr consultation, then decide if we move to the design phase.
Did you know that we get almost the same amount of rain as Seattle? It's true*. However, our downpours produce much more precipitation in a shorter amount of time. All that water eventually finds its way to our creeks, rivers, aquifers, and, finally, the Gulf of Mexico. The result is catastrophic for our local wildlife, ourselves, and our pets. Capturing and retaining stormwater on your property help sustain the environment and prevent oil residues, excess fertilizers, animal waste, and industrial contaminants from reaching our rivers and streams.
Capturing and detaining on-site stormwater help prevent runoffs from reaching our rivers, creeks, and aquifers. Using green solutions to break down contaminants and keeping water in the ground help restore our groundwater while keeping it clean.
Where there's water, there's life. Water restores the nutrient cycle by helping soil microorganisms break down organic matter, releasing minerals and other nutrients for plant uptake. Retaining water on your property helps improve the local ecology's health and creates a lush environment that benefits everyone.
Too much of a good thing is a nightmare for owners with water issues. Through the use of rain gardens, bioswales, and dry creek beds, excess rainwater gets soaked up, stored, and channeled away from the property or sensitive areas.
Rainwater is pH neutral and contains essential nutrients that help plants grow and thrive. It’s fancy water for your plants, but completely free.
Retaining on-site stormwater helps cool the environment by allowing plants more water to facilitate evapotranspiration during hot days. This process is when plants release oxygen and water to help cool themselves and their surroundings, providing a respite for animals and humans alike. More water allows trees to grow bigger, which provides more shade and further helps the cooling process.