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In Simply Sustainable Landscapes, we take you on a horticultural journey first through history to trace the origins of landscape design in the United States. Next you will proceed through the elements of design, it’s process and creation of a landscape design. The end of your journey culminates with 25 projects Nate and Jenesis designed and developed throughout the Southeast to serve as inspirations in your quest for creating a successful landscape design. Buy the ebook directly from Nate.

Simply Sustainable Landscapes by Nate Miller

Designing with Edible and Native Plants for the Southeast

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Nate says

In 2012, my coauthor, Jenesis Johnson, and I created the EONS Landscape Theory which I follow in all my designs. EONS stands for Edible, Ornamental, Native (plants) and Sustainable Methods (renewable energy, rain barrels, cold frames). This theory is the foundation for all of my landscape designs and central to the book Simply Sustainable Landscapes.

The EONS Theory will not only transform the concept of landscape designing in the Southeastern region, but also has the potential to reform landscape design across the United States.