PETRICHOR

\ˈpe-trə-ˌkȯr\ “a distinctive, earthy, pleasant odor associated with rainfall especially when following a warm, dry period”

The scent of hope, empowerment, and transformation.

OUR MISSION

Reimagining regenerative landscapes that optimize natural resources, enhance biodiversity, and foster relationships with the land and our community.

At Studio Petrichor, we see the world as one interconnected, living system where our actions have a direct impact on our environment. Our goal is to educate and empower our clients and communities to restore and protect Mother Nature’s living systems. We use nature-based solutions to design outdoor living spaces that are beautiful, functional, and ecologically sound. We invite you to come outside and be a part of a growing movement that will help heal the planet, one garden at a time.

OUR PROCESS

A HOLISTIC APPROACH FROM START TO FINISH

1. CONSULTATION

Our design process starts with an initial visit to your property to discuss your needs, wants, and priorities for your landscape.

2. SITE ASSESSMENT

A thorough evaluation and inventory of your property’s existing conditions, requirements, and potential.

3. ANALYSIS

Coalescing information from our inventory, site surveys, soils tests, and local ordinances to start building our conceptual vision.

4. DESIGN

Starting with preliminary schematics, we collaborate with you to organize your space into a final design vision.

5. PERMITTING

Finalize planting plans, hardscape, irrigation, and landscape lighting. Next, we’ll hire engineers, consultants, and agencies to obtain any necessary permits.

6. INSTALLATION

Now design becomes reality, including the construction and installation of walls, hardscapes, outdoor structures, irrigation, and plant material.

7. MAINTENANCE

Now that we’ve selected and installed the appropriate plant and landscape materials, we make sure your new green space is tended to in its new stage of life.

8. SUSTAINABILITY

A long-term relationship is the key to a sustainable garden. From regular to seasonal maintenance, continuing development, and water management.