GARDENS DESIGNED WITH A PURPOSE
TO SUPPORT OUR POLLINATORS, COMMUNITY, AND NATURAL RESOURCES
WOW, THANK YOU ALL FOR THE SUPPORT! MY DESIGN SCHEDULE IS FULL FOR THE YEAR! PLEASE CHECK BACK-IN WITH ME IN THE FALL!
I've always had a thing for gardens with a purpose, 'lazy plants' have never made sense to me. My designs almost always contain a combination of Pollinator Friendly, Water Wise, and Edible components, which in the end, leave my customers with a gorgeous, low maintenance, and environmentally friendly landscape.
EDIBLE, POLLINATOR, & WATER-WISE, COULD ALL QUALIFY FOR SPOKANESCAPE!
My 15+ years of experience in the landscape design, and design-build field, has given me the opportunity to really understand how important it is to provide a set of plans that are accurate and easy to read, so that you, or your contractor, have a smooth installation.
All of my plans are drawn in AutoCAD for accuracy and clarity, and include:
Easy to Read Planting Plan
Irrigation Parts List
Material and Plant Cost Estimate
"Hilary is incredibly knowledgeable. It was exactly what we needed. I highly recommend her if you need any help with landscape design, plant identification, plant recommendations and water wise ideas"
Did you know, that the City Of Spokane offers a program called SPOKANESCAPE and will pay you up to $500 to replace your water wasting lawn with a beautiful, water wise landscape?! Yup! It just so happens that I literally 'wrote the book' on Spokanescape and would love to help you get your credit!
#SpokaneScape to see what others are up to and to share your story on social media!
Pollinators need our help! Pollinator gardens are not only gorgeous, they also support pollinators by supplying them with food, in the form of pollen and nectar. Planting a pollinator garden will ensure that these important animals stay in the area and continue pollinating our crops.
#BeeSpokane to see what others are up to and to share your story on social media!
Edible gardens can be extremely beautiful when planned out, and in many cases if you look at any landscape that you love, there is likely an edible option to take it's place. Herbs, Berries, Fruits, Nuts, and even Veggies can be added into any landscape for a fun treat or as a way to proved your family with a generous harvest.
#EatTheLandSpokane to see what others are up to and to share your story on social media!