Case Study: Virginia Permaculture Design

In this case study, you can see my design for a domestic garden in Dayton, Virginia. Dayton is in USDA Hardiness Zone 6b. This is the broad concept plan and planting outline for the design. Further to this, I also provided the client with detailed planting plans for each of the main areas, and suggested a full implementation plan for the project.

The goal was to create a beautiful and abundant space, which would enhance the ecology of the local area and, of course, provide as much food and other yields as possible for the family living in the home.

There are many different features in this domestic design to explore, perhaps some which might also be considered for your own property. I would love to help you create a beautiful and abundant space where you live. Please do get in touch if you would like more details on elements in this design. Or if you would like something similar for your own site.

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