April 13, 2023

Native Plant Landscaping Trends for 2023

Native plants have experienced a PR glow up in the last few years, graduating from their “weedy” classification to pillars of the ecological landscaping movement. Grassroots organizations have been pivotal in changing the narrative around plant selection. Thanks to groups like National Audubon Society, the National Wildlife Fund, Pollinator Pathways, and Doug Tallamy’s Homegrown National Park, there is greater public 

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March 24, 2023

How to Prepare Your Landscape for Spring, Creating an Eco-Friendly Landscape Environment 

My how things have changed! We used to work so hard at cleaning up the landscape, the lawns and garden beds in the fall and again in spring. Now, we collectively have a better understanding of how we can manage our resources for our own human health as well as for pollinators and other insects. The Pollinator Pathway Initiative as 

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March 2, 2023

Event Saturday March 4: Mad Gardeners 2023 Symposium Ft. Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial

 Kim Eierman to Speak at Mad Gardeners Event This Saturday Mad Gardeners returns (finally!) with their 2023 Symposium. Our friend and hero, Kim Eierman, of EcoBeneficial is the keynote speaker! Register to attend here. Kim has such a wealth of knowledge on native plants, gardening for wildlife and landscape design. She even wrote a book – The Pollinator Victory Garden 

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March 2, 2023

Jay Archer Presents at Aspetuck Land Trust Lunch & Learn 1/27/23 [VIDEO]

Jay Archer Speaks on Ecological Landscaping & Restoration In case you missed it, below is a recording of Jay’s talk, Landscapes for Better Living: Healing the Waters, Caring for the Land, from January 27, 2023. Jay’s presentation discusses ecological restoration from a residential level, using case studies from Green Jay Landscape Design clients.   Thanks again to ALT for putting together 

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December 27, 2022

Our Best Landscape Designs of 2022 | Westchester, Fairfield, Putnam & Bergen Counties

We are incredibly grateful for another year in the books doing what we love: designing impactful, ecological landscapes that both improve the environment and inspire a reconnection to the natural world. We’ve had the pleasure of meeting some amazing, passionate clients this year who continue to push us with complex design challenges. With no further ado, we present to you 

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