Services

Edible garden design

We combine our passion for cuisine and knowledge of nutrition, to design, build and maintain nutrient-cycling edible gardens on restaurant rooftops and balconies, for backyards, schools and corporate community gardens. Edible landscapes are our specialty so whether you want a few herbs in a stylish space-wise design to a lush vegetable garden or urban farm, Urban GreenSpace can meet your needs.

Waste reducing nutrient cycles

Waste is an inevitable part of life, right? Well interestingly enough, there is no such thing as waste in nature. Nature has great ways to convert overflows and excesses. It breaks them down and reuses them. We aim to help you reduce your waste by helping you look at some of your waste and turning it back into something else: food! These waste outputs include food scraps from the kitchen, cardboard and paper waste. How much we are able to incorporate depends on the size of your garden.

Maintenance and ongoing support

After each garden has been installed, we recommend regular ongoing maintenance to make sure systems are running smoothly, everything is looking good and everyone is happy. Of course during our visits we will be available to help out with any questions you have.

Workshops

As part of our maintenance visits we can schedule group workshops. Such workshops include composting, seed raising and collecting, plant nutrition and integrated pest management, to name a few.

One Comment on “Services”

  1. October 11, 2012 at 4:24 pm #

    Other possibilities include respite centres, retirement villages, age-care facilities, galleries, public parks, areas to be rehabilitated or under rehabilitation, shopping centres and so on.

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