"THANK YOU for the wonderful time you spent with us on Monday night - it was incredibly helpful, and so very clear that you got what we were trying to do very quickly! You're a great listener and teacher, and we were also impressed by the holistic way that you looked at our situation from the ground up - cement and water drainage and light and all else that we've been so overwhelmed by thinking about."

– J. Austin of Minneapolis 

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Landscape Design, Installation and Management


We offer complete design, installation and management services. From containers to various styles of gardens, including walls, patios, walks and drives, we look forward to working with you.  Contact us to learn more about our services.

Specializing in:

Food & Forage Gardens (food + companions + design)
Rain Water Catchment & Reuse (cisterns, rain gardens, etc)
Healing Gardens (heart centered spaces)

Your landscape. Our responsive
and responsible design.

Landscape design is a process. Each of us has preferences, opinions, and ideas about what feels right and most like home. Colors, textures, light, space and use all affect us in varying ways. We work with you to help you express your unique connection to nature.

We listen to your dreams, values and needs as we assess and evaluate your site, the microclimate, and adjacent properties. We work with you to acheive a balanced landscape design that feels right for your space, budget and long-term desires.


True Nature Design Groundswell Stirrings

Boulevards: Creating Thriving Eco-Gardens in Challenging Spaces

Our boulevards are these often forgotten strips of land bordering our properties. They are intended to create a transition zone between vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and to green our city streets. Often, they are home to desired and undesired turf grasses, and various other weeds. Might it be possible to re-envision these urban fringes? What if they became connected green corridors abundant with food for pollinators and for human consumption? What if they were also subtle basins for capturing rain water flowing from our walkways? And beyond their functional considerations, could they support thoughtfully designed spaces, including public art? The fringe has the potential to become the new hub or connectors of all communities! Read more


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