Biodiverse gardens in the Kingston area

Welcome too our virtual tour profiling biodiverse gardens in the Kingston area! Each of these gardens is in a different stage of development. Each one offers something unique. Each one demonstrates design principles that embrace biodiversity, climate resilience and a new garden ethic. Each one supports local food webs, regenerates the soil, absorbs and conserves rainwater, supports pollinators and other beneficial insects and sequesters carbon. Each one increase the health of the surrounding neighbourhood, including the mental health of the people who live or walk in the neighbourhood.

Designed with sustainability as an overriding principle, as resilience becomes paramount in our era of climate change these gardens are wonderful examples of how each of us can make a difference by changing how we steward the land to support the web of life!

Food forest & pollinator ditchscape

Serenity in an urban woodland