Home and Garden Inspiration

mecroppedfrRMCThis is where you can learn about how to create a wonderful Permaculture Design for your home and garden’s “hardscape.”  

It’s also the place where you can get the lowest price on the All-American Sun Oven.  Click here to go to the newest Sun Oven special!

Good design begins with establishing where to locate gardens, pathways, patios, and animals, while designing for all our other human needs – aesthetics, finances, ecological responsibility, and functionality – and beginning with planning for those non-negotiables, solar gain and water flow.

DSC04421Homes and their outdoor spaces can bless us or frustrate us – depending on the appropriateness of the design to the people who currently live there.

So I help people correct or refine the design of their homes and yards so they gain the benefits of beauty, food, energy savings, serenity, increased home value, and much, much more.

I consult and offer workshops based on the Permaculture principles of caring for the Earth and people sustainably, plus intuitive feng shui, and the functional design principles I learned as a top-selling real estate agent in the 90s.  

* While most other Permaculture Designers focus on the living guilds, I’ve chosen to focus on “hardscape” – your buildings, solar aspect, water harvesting potential, paths, patios, etc, around which the living things are arranged, and within which all your desired activities are fully supported, made most functional and most beautiful – and done in stages, as that works best for people.

Email me, and we’ll set up a meeting or phone call to discuss your needs.

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6 thoughts on “Home and Garden Inspiration

  1. Hi Jean.
    Thanks for your kind words.
    I love what you are doing with your blog and I have followed you. I’m much more of a gardener than a web designer so I’m not a lot of help however I am looking forward to seeing what you get up to in the future.
    Cheers Sarah : o )

    1. And I’m more of a designer (of homes and gardens) than a gardener per se. But I’m getting over my fear (I guess that’s what it was about!) of responsibility for living things, still learning, and loving it. I look forward to learning from your blog. ;}

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