Why Organic

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

“Great design which captured all our goals in an excellent and artful design! I’ve never seen people work as hard as these workers and so polite!”

Mary S., Seattle

"I just wanted to let you know how thankful I am for Scott. He does an amazing job on my garden and seems sincerely interested in helping it be as healthy and beautiful as possible. He is incredibly knowledgable, generous and helpful."

Jan V., Seattle

“Unique designs, great work! We love the end result.”

Daphne K., Seattle

"Jason is an expert pruner - all the plants he worked on looked absolutely beautiful he was finished. (Most of the plants had either been lightly pruned or not at all in 20 years.) He was amazingly fast yet precise, and was also very knowledgeable and friendly. I appreciated him pointing out a rhododendron that I was pruning that had lace bugs on it that I didn't even notice. I would definitely hire In Harmony again for future work."

Tammy A., Bothell

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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In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes, Why Organic

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