Permaculture Principles

Not all landscapers, horticulturalists or garden designers have a sustainable approach to their client’s projects. We’ll show you how to work with nature to build healthy soil, conserve water and use pest management approaches that protect water and soil quality.

In addition to fulfilling the primary goals of your project, an Adam’s Garden plan will encompasses the following features;

  • Design, installation and ongoing maintenance of attractive drought tolerant low maintenance native gardens and edible kitchen gardens,
  • Recommend construction and installation materials and practices that use resources efficiently and conserve our environment.  (i.e. We’ll  advise you how to reuse onsite materials and tell you how to source other recycled materials locally with suppliers with whom we have established relationships.

Many people living on larger blocks or acres are keen to develop their properties using Permaculture Principles. This is an opportunity for people to live more sustainably. Talk to us about;

  • Concept Plans
  • Landscape Plans
  • Planting Schedules
  • Liaison with Architects on DAs

We are also happy to work from a plan or design that you or a landscape architect supply. If you choose to use a separate firm for your design process, we will review those plans and quote on your project. We may be able to offer on-site suggestions that could improve your results or save you money!

“Permaculture is a design system based on ethics and principles which can be used to establish, design, manage and improve all efforts made by individuals, households and communities towards a sustainable future.”

David Holmgren, co-originator of the permaculture concept.

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