Research shows that engagement with nature contributes greatly to overall health and well-being. Our experts can assist you in all of the steps required to bring a piece of the great outdoors to your home, combining your vision of an ideal space with the expertise of renowned horticulturalists to create a one-of-a-kind environment for you, and those you entertain in your home, to enjoy.
Making it a Reality
Whether you’re interested in starting a garden or project from scratch, or you’re looking to rejuvenate an existing space, our experts provide a detailed analysis of your site to determine the best strategy to cultivate a thriving environment.
Garden and Landscape Design
Our experts bring seasoned, cutting-edge, and creative insight to garden and landscape design that incorporates not only visually stunning environments, but also native plant species that contribute to a thriving ecosystem that may be enjoyed for years to come.
An important part of our work is to inspire stewardship of the natural world. Through our services, not only are you able to create beautiful spaces at home, you’re taking an active role in ensuring the thriving ecosystems in your community. As your partner in that effort, we ensure you’re equipped to maintain your newly-developed garden or landscape for the long-term.
One of Our Leading Experts
Amy Yarger has worked in the public horticulture field since 1996. She received a bachelor’s degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Irvine and went on to study plant-animal interactions at the University of Michigan. Her master’s thesis concerned the effects of invasive weeds on pollinator-plant relationships. Her work at the Butterfly Pavilion, where she has worked since 2000, touches on many of her passions: plants, insects, habitat conservation and science education.
She has extensive experience restoring habitat in urban and suburban green spaces in Westminster and Broomfield. Amy has also installed pollinator habitat gardens throughout the community at locations such as Sprout City Farms, Clear Creek Valley Park and Good Samaritan Hospital. Her articles have been published in Colorado Gardener, Aquilegia and the journal for the Association for Zoological Horticulture. Through habitat gardening and education, Amy hopes to create a closer connection to nature and a greater understanding about the need for biodiversity.