Alissa Hartman 503.449.8178
Dreya Mancini 971.322.3191
Seed Garden Designs llc roots our business ethics in sustainability. We believe the earth should be treated with as much care and respect as we like to be treated. We offer organic options for compost mulch, fertilizing, and edible plants. In our landscape designs, we incorporate sustainable materials for building, reroute water from running into sewer lines, and utilize the natural energy created on your property.
Seed Garden Designs llc supports conscious communication, among clients as well as our team members. Our valued employees sign agreements of professional conduct, non-discrimination and harassment policies. We maintain a professional, clean, and comfortable presence at your property.
Seed Garden Designs llc is an active member of the Oregon Association of Nurseries and a certified Oregon Minority, Women and Emerging Small Business.
Master's of Education, Portland State University, OR
Bachelor's of Fine Arts, Bowling Green State University, OH
Permaculture Design Certificate, Heartwood Institute, CA
Master's in Environmental Leadership, Naropa University, CO
Aprovecho Sustainable Living Research Center, Cottage Grove, OR
Bachelor's of Arts, Simon's Rock College of Bard, MA
Our interview on KBOO community radio: City Gardens
How can our gardens contribute to saving the planet? One neighborhood at a time! Alissa Hartman and Dreya Mancini offer tutorials on sustainable landscaping, and they talk with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about their work.
18 Tips For Growing a Victory Garden
By Margaret Foley, Illustrations By Timothy Karpinski
Are you a foodie who craves the taste of a just-off-the-vine cherry tomato? Or maybe you're thinking about growing your own veggies to slash your grocery tab during these penny-pinching times? Oregon Home asked a longtime victory gardener, two landscape designers and a professional backyard farmer to detail how you can transform a typical backyard into your own private farmer's market.
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