Landscaping and advice

Landscaping and advice..

In landscaping and advise its just like in art, it’s not only what do you get from my work as a viewer? but what do we create together.

In landscaping with an expertise in Biodiversity and climate adaptation, I try to restore our connection with nature, where we can recharge in a green in a sustainable environment.

Biodiversity and climate adaptation is leading, to create an environment where we live in connection, in symbioses with insects, animals in our common environment.

How I work:

It all starts with a conversation, 

Biodiversity, climate adaptation, awareness of the history of the location, my guidelines in urban landscaping and advice.
I always start with a determination of the surrounding landscape to learn and understand. Learning about the history, understanding the scale, understanding our relation to the surrounding landscape.This is the starting point where I work from, the side specific approach.

Advice on issues related to biodiversity and climate adaptation. 

Biodiversity is crucial for the functioning of ecosystems and for the well-being of human societies. It provides important ecosystem services such as pollination, soil fertility, and pest control, and it also contributes to cultural, recreational, and aesthetic values. However, urbanization and the expansion of cities often lead to habitat loss, fragmentation, and degradation, which can have negative impacts on biodiversity.

Urban landscaping can play an important role in promoting biodiversity in urban areas. 
By incorporating native plants, creating diverse habitats, and reducing the use of pesticides and other chemicals, urban landscapes can support a wide range of plant and animal species. This can provide numerous benefits, such as improving air and water quality, enhancing the aesthetics of urban areas, and providing opportunities for recreation and education.

In addition, urban landscaping can help to mitigate the impacts of a changing climate by reducing urban heat island effects, increasing carbon sequestration, and improving water management. This can also have positive impacts on biodiversity by creating more resilient and adaptable ecosystems.

Overall, incorporating biodiversity into urban landscaping is important for promoting a healthy and sustainable urban environment. By designing and managing urban landscapes in a way that supports biodiversity, we can enhance the quality of life for both humans and other species in urban areas.

Investing in nature and biodiversity is an important step to a more sustainable and symbiotic society.

Urban landscaping is all about social encounters, dynamics between residents and nature.

Fulfilling an important link in the ecological system, an interplay between nature and our daily human life of work, play, learning, our social life and moments of peace.


While manicured lawns and carefully arranged flower beds have long dominated traditional landscaping practices, there is a growing appreciation for the untamed charm of wildflowers. 

Wildflowers come in a dazzling array of colors, shapes, and sizes, creating a vibrant tapestry in any landscape. Their unassuming beauty evokes a sense of freedom, as they gracefully sway in the wind and adapt to their surroundings. From the delicate petals of daisies and buttercups to the robust blooms of poppies and lupines, wildflowers offer an enchanting display that changes with the seasons, infusing landscapes with ever-changing hues and textures.

One of the most significant advantages of incorporating wildflowers into landscaping is their role in promoting biodiversity. Unlike exotic or cultivated flowers, native wildflowers have co-evolved with local ecosystems, providing crucial habitats and food sources for native insects, birds, and other wildlife. By reintroducing these native plants to our landscapes, we can create ecosystems that support a diverse range of species, fostering a healthier and more balanced environment.

Pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, play a vital role in our ecosystems and food production. However, their populations have been declining due to habitat loss and the use of pesticides. Wildflowers act as natural magnets for pollinators, offering nectar and pollen-rich food sources throughout the year. By planting wildflowers in our landscapes, we can create valuable stepping stones and corridors that enable these essential creatures to thrive, contributing to the preservation of biodiversity and ensuring pollination.

In an era of increasing water scarcity and the need for sustainable practices, wildflowers offer a practical solution for water conservation in landscaping. Native wildflowers are adapted to the local climate, requiring minimal irrigation once established. Their deep roots help to prevent soil erosion and increase water infiltration, reducing the need for watering and preventing runoff. By utilizing wildflowers in landscaping designs, we can create water-wise landscapes, although the changing climate makes it more and mare a challenge.

Another advantage of incorporating wildflowers into landscaping is their low maintenance and cost-effective nature. Once established, wildflowers tend to be hardy and resilient, requiring minimal care, mowing, or fertilization. This characteristic makes them ideal for large areas, road verges, and slopes that are challenging to maintain with traditional landscaping methods. 

Embracing wildflowers in landscaping serves as a testament to our commitment in creating vibrant and resilient outdoor spaces, and adds a touch of natural elegance.