West Atascadero Oak Woodland
Seven acres of oak woodland and grasslands bisected by a seasonal stream. Working with the natural environment and ecosystem processes to create a food producing, drought tolerant, low impact landscape. Features include a food forest with oak branch gates, horse manure compost system, water catchment swales, and dry creeks. DG pathways and patios feature handmade local log chairs, local rock fire pit and fountain
Ragged Point Gardens
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this Big Sur property highlights our use of diverse building material, combining natural and found objects in creative hardscape applications. River rock and glass dominate the walls and benches, while brick and slate create a unique mosaic patio. Many of these materials we salvaged from leftover construction surplus creating a unique arrange of textures and colors.
Vineyard and Winery in Adelaida
This far West winery features some of the most beautiful views in the county. With harsh winds, blazing heat, clay soil, and occasional mountain top snow, this is a tricky site. The plants we used are drought tolerant, cold hardy, and native to California. An ecosystem of butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and all sorts of pollinators have taken residence at this now blooming mountain top oasis of color, smells, and beauty.
Centrally Grown Edible Landscape
A one-of-a-kind 2.5 acre edible landscape and food forest for a farm to table restaurant, cafe, and grocery store overlooking the ocean in Cambria. Flowers, fruits, and vegetables grown on site for use in the cafe, restaurant and produce section! Reused and repurposed materials give this livingscape a funky, fun, and eclectic flare. This fairy tail landscape has set the stage for weddings, workshops, out door learning, and musical events.