We create gardens with modern visual appeal (with New York City’s High Line as a precedent), that are connected to a wider ecological web.
We see the garden as a planted habitat, providing for pollination, seed dispersal, healthy soil, nesting sites, biodiversity, carbon and water capture.
We design with local, native plants such as shrubs that have berries in the fall and winter, trees that turn brilliant red in the fall, and wildflowers that bloom all summer long. Since we use a local pallete of plants that are selected for the site, the gardens eventually require limited maintenance after they grow-in on their own.
Photos from gardens we’ve designed and planted since launching in 2018:
The best way to get started is to schedule a free initial site visit with a PLAN it WILD landscape designer (as of now, we are only available to design and install gardens for businesses and residents located in the Hudson Valley & Westchester County).