We implement landscaping, planting, rainwater harvesting technology and its subsequent use for irrigation, natural garden ponds, necessary irrigation, small garden structures - walls, raised beds, composters, terraces, roads, paving, etc.
When implementing our natural garden projects, we adhere to the following PRINCIPLES AND PRINCIPLES:
We use plants suitable for the given habitat - we minimize the need for additional watering and the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
We do not use plants that require peat - we protect peatlands and their valuable ecosystems.
In the garden we place natural elements (trunk, house for insects, feeders, birdhouses, ponds, stones, etc.).
We use plants suitable for grazing bees.
In our gardens we use flowery meadows, which can partially replace the irrigation and care-intensive lawn.
We support species diversity.
We use only organic fertilizers and compost.
We strive for low maintenance.