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D Rebel, January 2020
Nate's vision and planning. Five stars!
C Wyant, December 2019
Nate Miller is a brilliant designer with a vast knowledge of the natural world. He is intimately familiar with the relationship between plants and the wildlife they sustain. This knowledge of plants as a landscape architect extends to experience working with all aspects of soils, water needs, nutrition, color, texture, scale, growth habit, and maintenance. His particular knowledge of plants' relationships and groupings as found in nature is especially fascinating.
Recommendations for Soil Improvement
Pest Identification and Organic Control
Lighted Landscape Implementation
Pruning and Pruning Consultation
Over the past 15 years, Nate Miller has lectured on various topics including: history of landscape architecture in the United States from the Precolonial era-Victorian age, Edible Landscaping, Heirloom Roses, Native Fruit Shrubs and Trees, Butterfly Gardening, Attracting Pollinators, Backyard Insects, Urban Trees, Native Plants for the Western Piedmont, Landscaping for Wildlife, Heirloom Vegetables and Landscaping for Birds.
Nate seeks to educate about the benefits of edible and wildlife landscaping. Check his availability for your learning event.
Bridgewater College Charlottesville Tree Stewards Clemson University Eastern Mennonite University Hickory Hollow School James Madison University James Madison University Arboretum Jefferson Chapter of the Virginia Native Plant Society John Wayland Elementary Spotswood Garden Club
Notes By Nate is a blog by Nate Miller, a certified landscape designer, author, educator and native plant expert. Nate's book Simply Sustainable Landscapes: Designing with Edible and Native Plants for the Southeast is available in paperbook and ebook. Nate seeks to educate about the benefits of edible and wildlife landscaping. Check his availability for your learning event.
Wildflower Wanderings are day trips for plant and wildlife enthusiasts. Hikes are focused on wildflowers and plant life of the Mid-Atlantic region. Wildflower Wanderings are $25.00 per person and paid on the day of the trip. Some places we have visited include: Cranberry Glades, Bald Rock, Soldier's Delight Park, Mt. Joy Pond, Cowbane Prairie Preserve and St. Mary's Wilderness. All trips begin unless otherwise stated at Randy's Hardware in Bridgewater. Date, destination and particulars will be posted on this Facebook page at least a week before. All trips are subject to change.