"Justin was great to work with and he was happy to take all of our preferences into account with his design. We needed a garden which had to be beautiful and functional, but also safe and disability friendly. The design Justin came up with is wonderful and I am really looking forward to enjoying the garden for many years to come."
- Kathie S
"I approached Justin for help to select the plants for our small suburban garden surrounding a new build, and to tweak the layout I had put together. The result is delightful and we can't wait to see the design realised. The plan is wonderful - we love it! Truly fabulous work, thanks very much."
- Glynis M
"We recently hired Justin to help us design the landscape around our house, including native plantings, a food garden, and family space. Throughout the process he has done a fantastic job, with great communication skills, a lot of knowledge, and attention to detail in an area that it is obvious he feels passionate about. We’re looking forward to implementing it all, and would highly recommend Justin at Regenerative Designs Australia."
- Anna L
"Justin was very thorough, flexible, and honest, and spent a lot of time mapping our site and studying the block during the initial consultation. It was clear from the initial consultation that he was knowledgeable and passionate about his work and we now feel confident that specific elements and plantings are in the right position for our block. No more haphazard planting! The process was smooth sailing and communication was easy. We are very excited about getting started on our plans now knowing exactly what we are aiming for and we look forward to sharing some progress photos in the future."
- Louise W
"Thanks Justin for your efforts in turning my somewhat ordinary backyard into a productive and much more interesting landscape! It is also very easy to look after!"
- Carolyn B
“We indicated to Justin we wanted a native self sustainable garden and he did not disappoint. Using multiple choices of plants in a well designed format, they are thriving and are a welcome sight and positive addition to our street. We have received so many comments of what Justin has achieved and would be happy to have any interested persons view his work, which along with his ethics and knowledge, we would have no hesitation in recommending Justin in future endeavours. Thanks Justin!”
— SEAN & GAIL O
“As first time builders and homeowners we were inexperienced in any type of gardening but we were adamant that we wanted a chemical free garden. Justin’s ability to gauge our needs, capabilities, likes and dislikes in design while sticking to our budget was remarkable. His professionalism, hard work, extensive knowledge and passion exceeded our expectations and he was so flexible and honest in helping us keep costs down.”
Pigeon pea is a very versatile plant in a sustainable garden because of it’s many uses as food, mulch, green manure, shelter, windbreaks, living trellises, and even firewood. Read on to learn how you can grow it in your garden and benefit from it’s many uses.
If you’re looking for a free plant based liquid fertiliser, look no further than your own lawn. That’s right! Instead of throwing away your lawn clippings, why not turn this locally available renewable resource into a nutrient and biologically rich fertiliser for your garden?
A quality potting soil is essential for successful container gardening, but if you’ve ever tried to find a commercial mix that doesn’t contain animal products such as manure, blood, and bone, you know it can be a real challenge. The solution is to make your own so you control what goes into the mix, and if you need a lot of it, you might just save some money too.