We work with indigenous plants in Many different forms of land management and landscaping.
Lawn is often installed on lots/property as the standard way of managing unused land. Indigenous Landscapes (Formerly Pioneer Landscapes) offers aesthetically rich, ecologically productive alternatives; designing/installing/maintaining-food forests/edible landscape concepts, native prairie installation, pollinator projects, and savanna plantings/reforestation plantings that lower your maintenance on your property while maximizing yields in the form of beauty, wildlife support, and food production. Want to read more about transforming your land? Check out our services description page.
We also offer more traditional landscape services, while still keeping them ecologically centered including like our native plant focused landscape design/installation, invasive plant removal (honeysuckle, buckthorn, etc.), and more formal tree/shrub plantings.
How to Contact US
Schedule a free site visit (within 40 miles of 45248) by contacting through email; Pioneerlandscapesllc@gmail.com
Also, Please view and "like" our Facebook Page here, as it will keep you updated with important events such as plant sales and workshops/classes.
In 2018, we will produce over 1,000 native trees and shrubs and over 5,000 herbaceous native wildflowers/grasses for landscape installation. Our plants mature by September, and installation seasons ensues from September into December. Plants/Installations are not available before September.
Pioneer Landscapes has organized and produced a plethora of resources for the professional, hobbyist, and homeowner. To tap into our collection of information, click the image above.
These are our free educational presentations, they'll range from 5 minutes to 2 hours, touching on a wide assortment of native plant related topics.
Prairies, Reforestation, Invasive Plant Removal, Polliantor Gardens, Rain Gardens, Native Plant Gardens, Prairie Installation, Indigenous (Native Plant) Agriculture/Native Edible Landscaping, Indigenous Agroforestry....this is much of what we do, click image above for more info.