Certified in Permaculture design in 1989, I combine those values of interconnectedness, resource savings, self-sufficiency, and so much more with intuitive feng shui, years of successful real estate consulting, and a lifetime of art and design work, to create spaces that are functional, efficient, productive, unique to your needs and constraints, and beautiful.

For more on my design work, consulting, and classes, visit homeandgardeninspiration.net.

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This lot was carved out of solid granite that grew little more than weeds.  Today, it supports six fruit trees, grapes, herbs, and vegetable gardens surrounding a small, water-harvesting patio.

This smallest of urban lots (1/10th acre) also supports chickens, a summer soaking pool, summer and winter patios, party space with a fireplace, a garden sink with storage, clothes drying, food drying, wildlife water, a fountain, and passive solar gain for the house, the guest house, and even the chicken house.

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