Our goal for each project is to fuse aesthetic beauty with ecological function, advancing environmental health and biodiversity, while still creating beautiful and timeless designs. Using native plants preserves the natural heritage of our state, provides food and habitat for important wildlife, and increases the number of active pollinators in our environment. We look at each project as a way to build another wildlife corridor that has the possibility to connect neighborhoods, counties, watersheds, and even states.
Gardener, golfer, runner, photographer, horticulturalist, and dad. Graduated with a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from Auburn University, History Degree from Elon University, and High School Diploma from St. Christopher's School. Volunteer and Master Gardener through Henrico County and The Virginia Tech Cooperative Extension. American Society of Landscape Architects Associate.
Richard is passionate about all things gardening, permaculture, and music. In his spare time, he plays guitar in a local band. Originally from Roanoke, VA, he has 10 years of experience supporting landscape designers in the fields of landscaping, design, and garden maintenance.