We offer an extensive range of bespoke ecological solutions. These are offered in four main sections: food production, water, systems, animal systems and waste & fertility. We have analysed these solutions for their suitability for different sites, from small gardens to yards and roof gardens through to hospitals and parks.
Our design service will help you to decide which of these solutions is right for you and meets you or your groups needs: whether it’s transforming unused public greenspace into a community orchard or creating a highly intensive garden in a yard. We offer support, training and resources for all of our solutions and client, to help ensure your new system will flourish.

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  • Edible border

    Edible Border

    A mixed planting of perennials, fruiting shrubs and other herbaceous and productive plants. At their feet: fruiting ground covers, culinary herbs and support plants. ~A reworking of the ornamental border or shrubbery: edible shrubbery. Incorporates flowering perennials for attracting beneficial insects.


    Edible Hedge

    A single row planting of vigorous fruiting/nut producing shrubs and trees. Provides a good alternative to standard hedges. Mulched or under-planted with vigorous ground covers to reduce weeding/feeding and to protect the soil.

  • underplanted fruit trees

    Underplanted Fruit Trees

    High yielding, disease resistant fruit and nut trees suitable for planting in the north, with a compliment of beneficial, productive and support plants at it’s feet. ~These could include culinary and medicinal herbs, flowering plants for beneficial insects, support plants for tree health, and ground covers.