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A Fine Garden Farm

This fine garden farm represents all that we know and love about our work.

We first started working for this Conway family installing a native plant system in 2008. By 2013, 6 acres of woodlot had been cleared and Will Elwell had built a timber frame barn out of the lumber milled on site.

Our work entailed establishing a pasture suitable for horse as well as building a fine garden space between the home and the small farm that had emerged from the woodlands.

We use Goshen stone walls and boulders to negotiate challenging grade changes. Goshen stone pathways and patios lead us through a wonderful garden integrating raised vegetable beds with perennial edibles of permaculture systems. A small pond with a stream and bridge is a draw for all visitors. A portico outdoor living room was designed sitting on elaborate stone stairs and built as an integral structure of the garden itself. A custom fence and gate system with arches keep the Conway critters out while children, pets, goats and chickens roam the countryside.

Check back in the future to see how these systems mature.