A native installation project I worked on for Building Healthy Communities, Long Beach. There was a focus on edible and medicinal native plants, and volunteers did the installation. It was a fun project.
Robson Native Installation - a successful conversion that utilized Long Beach’s Lawn-2-Garden program, which provides rebates for folks to convert lawns and high water consuming gardens to drought tolerant ones. It is looking beautiful!
Small installation at the Kelly residence. Riperian shade tolerant natives. She picked ‘em, I planted ‘em.
some shots from my backyard
Design proposal for some friends. Native habitat!
Design proposal for some folks with young kids. This idea was creating a bike/tricycle track in the front yard, and a picnic area to watch kids from. Young people could explore the yard as they grow, and experience different flora and fauna. This installation will not likely happen, but I thought the design was cute …
A few more shots from the Guaico installation.
Guaico Parkway installation. All California native plants, decomposed granite pathway, in ground emitter line for water efficient irrigation.
Design proposal for the Guaico residence. Parkway goes in tomorrow. More pictures to come!
This design was a full remodel of the backyard at the Godfrey-Wells residence. It started with them asking me to design and build a pergola for them. It turned into redesigning every inch of the yard. The fence was shortened and given a new face. Their existing pavers and flagstone were rearranged into a new patio and pebbles were added. The planter was built out of recycled shipping timbers and the plants are natives, succulents (many of which they had in pots, and a lime tree.