Worcester, Vermont, USA Flying Mammoths Landscape Design
by Lizabeth Moniz
(Worcester, Vermont, USA)
Flying Mammoths Landscape Design uses native and edible plants to help create a landscape design that works for you. A landscape that adds to the beauty of your home or property, will invite you in to experience it first hand and to explore up close.
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Growing our own fresh food is one of the most powerful ways we can connect to the land. Flying Mammoths Landscape Design helps you envision and then design a landscape that is edible, prolific, beautiful, biodiverse, and calls you out to engage with it.
Our designs use native and edible plants so that there is food for humans, beneficial insects, amphibians, and other creatures that complete the full circle of our food systems. We design anything from small gardens to orchards and homesteads to complete site plans for land-use on bigger properties. Paradise can be right out your door.
Flying Mammoths Landscape Design
101 Frazier Road Worcester, Vermont 05682
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM Monday through Friday Some weekend options available
Contact: Lizabeth Moniz
Landscape Design using Native and Edible Plants, Landscape Design Consultations, Landscape Design, Homestead Design, Plant Lists, Plant Selection, Pre-construction Site Consultation and Planning, Complete Site Design, Orchard Design, Garden Design, Implementation Plans, Ongoing or as needed Consultations, Permaculture Design, Small Gardens to Entire Properties
11 years, since 2004
I recommend using completely organic practices. I know that people fall across the spectrum in this area and want to do the best that they can. I guide clients towards an organic and sustainable outcome.
Having designed and implemented my own homestead, gardens, and orchard, I have hands-on experience. I continue to add to and change things in my landscape as I strive to improve it and add different varieties. I have also designed many landscapes for people from small vegetable gardens, perennial gardens, and farmsteads, to 500 acre town parks.
Monthly landscape design article in my local newspaper.
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