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Ecologically Oriented Landscape Design


creates interest in all seasons.

4 season interest creates a visually appealing garden and attracts a diversity of wildlife to watch.

thinks outside the ‘box’wood.

While boxwoods are okay, EARTHeim designs go well beyond the basic landscape full of overly used plants

benefits the earth.

It gives back to the environment instead of harming it. It reduces fossil fuel consumption, use of harmful chemicals, noise pollution, and landfill waste.

supports birds & pollinators.

A garden is also meant for the birds, butterflies, and other pollinators


Why You’ll Love EARTHeim

There is never been a better time to freshen up your gardens the sustainable way.

  • Professional
  • Knowledgable
  • Sustainable
  • Detailed & thought out designs
  • Diversity of Plant Species Used

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Knowledgeable, Friendly”

“Katrina is knowledgeable, friendly, efficient, and genuinely cares about each and every job. Couldn’t recommend her enough!”

Michelle

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Wildness & Order”

“Katrina is the embodiment of what all gardeners/landscapers should strive for…a marriage of wildness and order, both of which the natural world has mastered, as has Katrina….”

Mike

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“I Love EARTHeim!”

“I love EARTHEIM! Katrina’s native plant designs and work in our yard have not only created a place for bees and butterflies but has also given us beautiful colors. And because the plants are native to Kentucky, they seem to know how to live here with minimum effort on our part.”

Helene


Latest News


Now Booking for 2021

Design

Spots book quickly, contact EARTHeim early in the year.

Maintenance

Maintenance spots are limited. Yearly maintenance plans and sign ups will be posted in late winter 2021.

Garden Coaching

Plan ahead and start your garden on the right ‘root’ this spring.

Spring Containers

Contact EARTHeim now for spring planted containers.


Latest Blog Posts

Home + Garden + Homestead

The effects of late cold snaps

There’s a joke in Kentucky that goes something like this, “If you don’t like the weather just wait a day”. Yesterday I worked outside in a t-shirt and got hot (and a sunburn!) This morning I’m wearing my winter coat and hat! While most of the time, it’s just a blip to our fashion choices,…

A Guest At The Wallis House

Last week I was a guest at the Wallis House, which is the home of The Garden Club of Kentucky. I got to speak with a lovely group of ladies on how to attract birds to your landscape. Hopefully I inspired them to plant some new plants in their gardens that the birds will appreciate….

Free Virtual Garden Tours

2020 was a tough year to get out and do anything, and it looks like the beginning of 2021 (at least) is going to be about the same. I know many parks and hiking trails have been closed, which has made it difficult to enjoy the outdoors beyond the backyard. Thankfully, many gardens have created…