Native aronia berries are favored by the birds in fall

Native aronia berries are favored by the birds in fall

Prairie Smoke is one of the first spring natives to bloom

Prairie Smoke is one of the first spring natives to bloom

Sage Advice is a good choice for organizations and individuals who wish to create sustainable green spaces. One popular motivation for creating sustainable gardens is the desire to welcome birds, bees, and butterflies. We have helped many clients achieve this goal, but sustainability means much more! To check your interest in sustainability, visit About Sage Advice for a sustainability checklist.

Our services include:

Landscape Design: for a single view, a full landscape, or a large-scale site

Landscape Consulting: for implementing new concepts, solving problems in the landscape, selecting new plants, and attracting wildlife. Sage Advice is listed as a Certified Wildlife Landscaping Consultant by the National Wildlife Federation.

General Contracting: selecting partners to install or upgrade landscapes, working with arborists on tree care, sourcing plants, and collaborating with hardscape contractors to install patios walks and other outdoor stone features.

How delightful to have birds nesting i your garden…..

How delightful to have birds nesting i your garden…..

……..And to have butterflies visiting your native plants!

……..And to have butterflies visiting your native plants!

We specialize in helping you create an affordable, sustainable landscape that reflects your lifestyle and gardening preferences by: 

Getting to know you and inviting you to become a partner in the design process

Offering an artistic and sustainable approach to landscape design

Offering unique landscape designs that reflect just who you are

Including garden advice to help you develop new ideas, select plants, overcome problems, and achieve sustainability

Applying the cost-saving sustainable solution most appropriate to each design

Finding the right partners to implement your design

We have been qualified by the National Wildlife Federation to help you create a certified wildlife habitat in your garden. More information here.