Meadowscaping is about more than planting a seed or planning a garden — it’s an act that transforms ordinary spaces into a celebration of biodiversity, a habitat for birds and insects, and a home for native plants, beauty and harmony.
As avid gardeners, we see what others don’t see. Where others see a city apartment rooftop, we see an urban meadow. Where others see a suburban lawn, we see a mini-meadow. Where others see an overgrown rural field, we see a native wildflower meadow. We redefine the world’s understanding of a meadow. We look out on a space and see nothing less than glorious possibilities. We reimagine what’s possible.
Because when we meadowscape, we dig in. We become a force of good, and an advocate for pollinators and the environment, a friend to the community that brings beauty into the lives of everyone who passes by. We transform not only the land — we transform our lives — we nurture our emotions and cultivate change.
Meadowscaping makes it better. Dig in.