Anyone who has looked into creating their own garden in the last few years has likely heard about the emergence of Permaculture. According to an article in Care2 Healthy Living, it was first invented in the 1970s by David Holmgren and Bill Mollison who were working together on planting theory at the University of Tasmania. These two men started a new movement in landscaping, where landscapers would work with nature, rather than against it. It allows you to see your home as a part of the local environment, rather than something that sticks out from it. Today, Permaculture’s design principles can be employed to utilize your home for an almost unlimited variety of purposes.
Harter Landscaping is now embracing this movement as well and can be relied upon to prepare your home for your own permaculture design. You would just need to provide us with your design plan and we will do everything possible to make it happen. We delight ourselves in taking on unusual projects and are always eager to hear your ideas. You can easily reach us with a quick phone call and we would be happy to provide your project with a free estimate.
The original article can be found here: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/permaculture-landscaping-that-works-with-nature.html