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Mind The Green

Environmentally Safe Chemicals

We took the time in choosing the products we use to beautify your space while minimizing our projects' impact on both the built and un-built environments.

We also offer consultation and advice to using eco-friendly techniques when using and disposing toxic chemicals like pesticides and fertilizers.

Succulant Gardens

The list of benefits can go on and on. Succulents make a great plant for those who often forget to water their plants, or want a drought resistant landscape but still desire a gorgeous, luscious looking garden.

Succulants come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and look great all year around.

A Focus On Water Conservation

SGL is committed to conservation and wise use of our natural resources. All of our designs and consultations revolve around this golden goal. With or without a drought, it's time we using our planet’s most precious resource with utmost respect.

Rock Gardens

Not just a fantastic option for all those inadequate eco-friendly thumb, stone/rock gardens are gaining popularity as these gardens are lower in servicing, do not require water (or very little if any) a nd are a stylish inclusion to your surrounding. This can additionally conserve you time mowing and trimming.

Transform your space into gorgeous panoramas that don’t really need any maintenance following the preliminary setup.

Edible Gardens

Edible plants like fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices provide the additional health and environmental benefits associated with organic or local foods. Growing your own fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices is a fantastic way to limit the produce contaminants, hormones, and pesticides you’re exposed to.

In addition, local foods are significantly less taxing on the environment because they require fewer resources to reach end consumers. Your own home is the most local food source of all!