Here are a few projects we've worked on.

Maya working on a garden called "Broderie Bûchée" in front of Hôtel de Ville in Montreal.
The garden was designed by the architect Philip Nolet and funded by The Reford Gardens.

We did the installation and maintenance for "Broderie Bûchée".

In the springtime, we had planted seeds for indigenous flowers in "Broderie Bûchée".


Yard in Villeray, Montreal (before)

Yard in Villeray (after, goodbye concrete, hello vegetable gardens,
cedars, trellises and a hybrid lawn with clover).


Yard in Ahuntsic, Montreal (before)

Yard in Ahuntsic (at work)

Yard in Ahuntsic (after)

Yard in Ahuntsic (yum!)


In NDG, Montreal, we created this pathway of flagstones.


We cut the grass weekly here in NDG with a manual push-reel mower.

Here's a pic of a manual push-reel mower.


Here's a trellis we found at a recycling centre,
upon which we planted scarlet runner beans.


Here, at a downtown Montreal business, we installed several flower arrangements.