"from your garden, to your table ... Nature's way"
"Nature's grocery store right outside your door"

Services
Install
Installation services include a free onsite consultation to discuss  with you the plan for the placement, soil condition, building requirements and time line for the proposed organic vegetable garden, or edible, native or general landscape.

 Our team of expert gardeners will install the following of your chosing: raised beds, inground beds, pots (cement, terracotta, fiberglass, glazed), irrigation, garden structures, and garden art.

We will provide you with a list of season appropriate plants, vegetables and herbs for  you to choose from. We also recommend regional appropriate fruit and citrus trees per your preference.

Design
Our design system allows for the appropiate balance of aestheic and plant yeild. We match our layout, design and placement upon the current topography and feel from the client. We incorporate balance, permaculture, and use of convience into our designs.
Maintain
Just as one relies on a regular gardener for your lawn and landscaping needs, a vegetable gardener is also needed for your vegetables. Whether its a garden we just installed or an existing garden, maintenance is a MUST. We have found that the clients who chose the maintence options have healthier plants and bigger harvests. Vegetables, fruit trees, edible lancscapes and native/succulent landscapes need upkeep, care, feeding, pruning, soil enrichment, insect control and cleaning. We offer multiple maintenance options per your site specific landscape ranging from weekly to Bi-Yearly. Contact us today to make suitible arrangements.
Have a busy lifestyle? Not Retired with lots of time on your hands? Not physically able? You can still have fresh organic produce from your backyard, choose one of our maintenance options and we will do the work for you.
  1. Vegetable Gardens
    Go Green
    Vegetable Gardens in Los Angeles and surrounding areas have two growing seasons. The Warm-Weather season, which is the longest, roughly ranging from March to October. This season includes Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Squash and most Beans. The other is the Cool-Weather season, which includes Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli just to name a few.
  2. Edible Landscapes
    Pick, Grow and Sustained
    Instead of Oaks, Pine Trees, Green Shrubs and Grasses, let us help you pick trees, shrubs and plants that will have a dual purpose. Not only will it be aesthetically beautiful but also edible. Studies have shown that "fresh" picked herbs, vegetables, and fruit have more nutritional value and have more robust flavor than those bought in the store.
  3. Native Landscapes
    Go Native, Go Natural
    "Natives are adapted to our seasons," says Kitty Connolly, executive director of the Sun Valley-based Theodore Payne Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to California native plants. "Now is the perfect time to plant so that you will have a beautiful garden next spring. Most of these plants are dormant in the summer, but they take advantage of cool weather to grow."
  4. Balcony Gardens
    Balcony of Eden
    In many urban cities, the majority of people live in apartments or houses that have minimal sized yards. Since Los Angeles has few community gardens let us show you how you can configure your balcony and/or patio into a green sustainable edible "Eden" that you can enjoy and produce your favorite herbs, vegetable and fruits.
  5. Restaurant Garden
    Feed Me Chef
    The dream of many Chefs is to have their own Garden right outside their Kitchen. A great chef knows fresh and organic is always better. Whether aromatic herbs or unique and fabulous heirloom varieties of lettuce and tomatoes, or seasonal fair. Allow us to show you multiple options for growing what you need on site. We have several options of maintenance available.
Garden Structures
  1. Raised Beds
    Raised Beds
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    Custom made from redwood or cedar to fit the contour and landscape of your property.
  2. Planter Boxes / Herb Boxes
    Planter Boxes / Herb Boxes
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    Don't have room for garden beds??? Enjoy growing your own herbs and veggies from planter boxes, pots and hanging baskets.
  3. Inground Beds
    Inground Beds
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    Ready to get rid of your lawn and start mini-Farming your property!!! Made from redwood, cedar, stone, brick or re-purposed material.
  4. Garden Structures
    Garden Structures
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    Wooden Oblisks, TP's, Tomato cages, Wire caging, Stepping Stones, Vertical Gardening Structures, the options are endless.
What you need to know about current day Vegetable Gardens,
Edible Landscapes and Native/Succulent Landscapes 
You can now enjoy healthy, delicious, nutrition packed organic vegetables grown fresh from your garden. With the soaring cost of organic  produce in the supermarket it makes practical since for you and your family, to try your hand at growing your own. Experts have long-believed that children who grow, prepare and eat their own food make healthier food choices. Researchers have found that children are five times more likely to eat salad and other vegetables, when they have grown it themselves. You can now grow enough organic veggies for family and friends
 
While California is currently  experiencing a drought, many homeowners have opted to install drought tolerant landscapes  to conserve water. The state of California offers rebates to homeowners who change their grass landscapes to native California plants, that naturally require less water and makes for a beautiful surrounding, that attracts native birds,  butterflies and honey bees.

According to the California Native Plant Society, Local native plants complement our natural ecosystem, as they are uniquely adapted to live with our climate, soil conditions, and animals. This gives us several gardening advantages:

Saves Water: Once established, many native plants need little irrigation beyond normal rainfall.

Low Maintenance: Native plants require less pruning, fertilizer, water, and less time to maintain.

Less Pesticide: Native plants have developed their own defenses against many pests and diseases. Most pesticides kill helpful creatures that control pest populations. Beneficial insects, such as Ladybird beetles (ladybugs), preying mantises, and lacewings prey on pests, such as aphids, scales and spider mites. By eliminating pesticides, pest control occurs naturally, which prevents pesticide-polluted runoff from flowing to waterways.
Gardening with natives creates wildlife habitat. Native plants and animals were “made for each other”. 
  
With the changing weather patterns, raising costs of produce, the continual use of GMOs and powerful chemically derived pesticides the future can look a little dreary. Take this oppurtunity, with the city rebates to create your own garden of Eden on your property. Enjoy the fun, taste and nutrition of growing your own produce. Organic Harvest Gardens can show you how.