Kyle's Garden Blog
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Our mission is to create social and ecological abundance through regenerative horticulture.
We envision a sustainable replacement to lawns, rather carpets of moss, creeping thyme and oregano, borders bursting with strawberries, low growing layers of yarrow, trellises green with beans, peas, and squash, fence lines of blueberries, artichoke buzzing with bumbles, and tall bushels swaying with hyssop and bee balm.
We believe every green space has the potential to be an abundant source of food production, wildlife and pollinator habitat, and eco-social environment.
Kyle Leslie-Christy, founder, manages a small collection of urban green spaces utilized for flower farming, biodynamic landscaping, bee research, and urban garden education.