Sunday, December 1, 2013

Now on Google Helpout

A few months ago, Google invited me to participate in Helpout. Helpout is a new Google product, which allows users to find and video chat with experts on a particular topic for a fee.

If you are in need of ecological gardening advice, feel free to set up a session.

Second post ever done!

Friday, November 15, 2013


This is BIG!

First post of the Reed Ecological Design Blog!

Why should you care?

We will cover ecologically friendly gardening topics ranging from native plants to healthy projects and ideas to the butterflies and bees. Photos of my gardens (which actually usually belong to my clients) will definitely be on display.

Please note…I am not your typical run-of-the-mill gardener. I understand there is much much more at stake in your yard than simply being prettier than your neighbor’s yard. Your yard and how you garden directly affects the healthiness of our surrounding environment.

This blog will eventually discuss ALL those topics and also how to make your yard prettier than your neighbor’s, unless your neighbor is also on here.

Added for your viewing pleasure, Erythronium americanum, Trout Lilly, in the Liliaceae family. Picture taken Spring of 2013 in Ann Arbor by the Huron River.