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

“Shortly after we switched to In Harmony’s landscape services, our dog’s chronic hot-spots vanished. Her bald, irritated skin seemed to resolve itself suddenly after years of trying everything from allergy-specific foods to new shampoos.”

Rob K., Shoreline

"We really want to express how great of an employee you have in Tom. He has been doing our lawn, trees and shrubs for a number of years now and is so conscientious and thorough. We always get compliments on our yard, so thank you In Harmony and Tom!”

Tanis and Gary F., Bothell

“I can honestly say that you folks are the most professional group I have ever worked with. You have transformed my yard from someplace I didn’t want to look at into a little haven, and I can already imagine spending lots of time in it.”

Bob C., 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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