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Ceres Edible Landscaping

A social enterprise of Cowichan Green Community, with all profits going to support food security projects in the Cowichan Region.

Ceres Edible Landscaping offers organic horticultural services throughout the Cowichan Valley. We provide design, installation, and maintenance services, as well as education.

 

Our friendly and experienced landscaping team offers sound advice, as well as quality construction and maintenance services. We care about the health and beauty of your landscape as much as you do and will work to achieve your vision. Our work is inspired by the principles of permaculture to create outdoor living environments that are beautiful, productive, self-sustaining, and mimic nature. We love to teach and invite any curious clients to work with us and learn the techniques and principles we use. Workshops are also available for interested individuals, schools, community groups, and clubs. Ceres Edible Landscaping is based in Duncan and offers services to residents, homeowners, and commercial customers residing in all parts of the Cowichan Valley, including Ladysmith, Chemainus, Duncan, Lake Cowichan, Cobble Hill, Mill Bay, and Shawnigan Lake. For more information or to book your consultation, contact Janice at 250-748-8506, or email janice@cowichangreencommunity.org Ceres is a social enterprise of Cowichan Green Community, with all profits going to support food security projects in the Cowichan Region.
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