Why Organic

In Harmony’s sustainable approach uses organic methods to build soil and plant health.

"I couldn't be happier with the service and people! The results were almost immediate and now, about 4 months later my lawn looks terrific. I totally appreciate the fact that it's all been done as safely as possible too. Sal and the team provide thoughtful and meaningful updates after each visit and provide great material on maintaining my lawn care."

John S., Auburn

“The expertise, attention to detail, listening and value were extraordinary.”

Jen G., Seattle

I wanted to say a personal thank you to you and the team for all the great work! We couldn’t be more happy with the transformation of the back yard space!  It has been a pleasure working with you, your designers and the crew.

Aimee V., Seattle

"Scott rocks! He is always sincerely interested in my garden as a whole. His knowledge base is extremely varied and well rounded. Of course, it helps that he is an overall nice guy. Be sure to commend Scott for his exceptional work ethics and and a job well done!!"

 

Cheryl G., Shoreline

An organic-based approach is a return to working with nature instead of against it. Many landscaping and gardening techniques are based on pesticide use. People use pesticides to fight a war against garden diseases and problem insects.

This approach harms the environment while losing the war.

  • Diseases and insects develop resistance to pesticides.
  • Farmers are using more pesticides, but crop loss due to insects continues to grow.
  • Pesticides may also harm children, streams and fish.

Organic gardeners and farmers work in alliance with nature instead of against it. Healthy soil is the foundation. Good soil is rich in organic matter and microbes that promote strong plant growth.

In Harmony’s approach is based in organic methods. Our focus is:

  • Building healthy soil with compost, compost tea, minerals and similar products.
  • Boosting the strength and vitality of our gardens to create healthier, more disease-resistant plants, trees and grasses.

 

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