The Original Barefoot Gardener of the Hamptons
Our organic, co-creative, restorative approach to gardening promotes diversity, beauty and harmony with the natural world, and strives to create a more holistic relationship with the environment than traditional landscaping practices.
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About Us & Our Mission Statement
Praise from our clients
beneficial non natives
Insects are Beautiful
Kids DON’T need lawns
nature is cool just the way it is!
Winter is Sacred
Suzanne’s Speaking Resume
Blogs by Suzanne Ruggles
Why would you want to give away your leaves?
How My Beloved Trees Survived the Superstorm
The Environmental Damage Caused by the Common Lawn
Source Water Protection Award Acceptance Speech
Why Nature Is Good For Us
The Vegetable Garden
More Problems with Common Landscape Practices
Native Wild Deer Diet
Wildlife Rescue Center Honors the Barefoot Gardener
Links To Like Minds
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January 2, 2014 at 1:23 pm
Me and this article, sitting in a tree, L—N-REA-I-N-G!
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