Connect with nature in your own yard
Our designs are inspired by colors, forms and textures we observe in nature. We create spaces that mimic wilderness and support local wildlife by using natural materials, such as local stones, recycled wood and native and edible plant combinations.
We create unique and well-crafted stone structures using an art form that has been used throughout the world for many centuries to build houses, walls, staircases and bridges. Dry stacked stone work is done without the use of mortar or glue to bind the rocks. Carefully selected stones are knitted together using a time-tested technique that forms an interlocking, load bearing structure that lasts for hundreds of years.
Take A Walk In The Garden
We create customized pathways depending on needs of our customers. Whether you want a simple gravel path, decomposed granite/ fine golds, flagstone path or pavers we can do it. Pathways enhance the landscape and are great for children and pets.
Native Plants From California
Our region’s native flora and fauna have evolved to thrive in the local climate. Their adaptation to the seasonal and cyclical weather patterns make them tolerant to both, flooding and drought. These plants not just add natural beauty to our yards but also draw in a variety of pollinators, birds and small mammals that have relied on these plants for food and refuge for thousands of years.
Dry Creeks are an integral part of our landscapes. Rain gardens collect rainwater runoff from roofs, driveways, parking strips and other surfaces and use the chemical, biological, and physical properties of soils, plants, and microbes to remove pollutants from stormwater.
Protect natural habitat
Our gardens form a chain of microhabitats that support threatened birds, amphibians, butterflies and pollinators. To develop these relationships, our gardens incorporate plant combinations that are both beautiful and functional as a complex ecosystem.
Enjoy backyard fresh eggs and produce a very effective fertilizer. Add the poop to your compost bins or pile, which helps feed the soil and in turn your vegetable garden. A chicken coop provides your flock with a safe place to lay eggs, roost at night, protection from the elements and predators. Chicken coops come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs. The Smart Yards team will be happy to design and build your chicken coop.