Wild Iris Living creates outdoor environments that save money and time while uplifting the client's spirit and inspiring peace of mind. Through design, consultation, pruning and maintenance services, landscapes develop into aesthetically pleasing, functional spaces, while edible gardens become more productive and an integral part of the outdoor living space. These areas are customized to make the home or commercial property feel more welcoming and cared for.
Wild Iris Living's creative inspiration is combined with:
- Your needs and style
- Color + form + texture + light
- Nature's beauty through the changing seasons
Introduction to Wild Iris Living
Video temporarily down, in the meantime you can view it with this link, thank you!
--Click on the photo to view this 3 1/2 minute video on YouTube to learn how
--Wild Iris Living can help give you peace of mind around your landscape
concerns with-design and consultation services.
Saturday, September 20th
Join us for an inspring workshop on Making the Most of Your Edible Landscape and Garden
Visit the News page for more information about upcoming classes, garden tours, and neighborhood pruning workshops.
A Good Read
Check out our column, Design By Intention, which is featured monthly in the Fort Collins Coloradoan. It reflects a deep understanding of the potential to create harmony and balance within our lives through our outdoor living spaces. We can choose to engage in a more fulfilling life with less stress and more joy by virtue of what we surround ourselves with, inside and out. The most recent article is entitled Sedums Are Tough Plants for Tough Places. You can visit the archived articles section under the Articles page via the News tab for past columns.
Discount for Pruning Fruit Trees of Branch Out Cider Community Members
Wild iris Living and Evolving Gardens LLC are once again teaming up to help Branch Out Cider community members keep their fruit trees healthy, productive, and beautiful with a 10% discount off winter pruning services. Fruit trees, in particular apple and pear trees are best pruned January - February. Contact Branch Out Cider for more information and to join the community orchard.