We are proud to be participating in what is the Plant for Pollinators Challenge. www.cincinnatizoo.org/plant-for-pollinators
The Plant for Pollinators Challenge (P4P) is a public engagement campaign to increase pollinator habitat in the Greater Cincinnati region. Managed by the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Pollen Nation program, the campaign will launch in March with a goal to register at least 500 pollinator gardens annually in Greater Cincinnati.
From full-scale garden designs to routine maintenance, Plant Cincinnati offers a wide range of services. Want to build your dream garden? Need help with your raised beds? Has the chore of cleaning up and planting your garden become too much of a hassle? No worries, we’re here to help.
Each raised garden is made with local, enduring food-safe Red Cedar using Amish-style craftsmanship and 2” mill standard boards. Lasting up to 20 years, they can be arranged to create a variety of shapes and sizes to suit your needs. Any place the sun shines for about 6 hours a day can become the perfect spot for your garden!
- Garden & Landscape Design and Installation
- Perennial & Ornamental Gardens
- Edible Landscapes
- Raised Cedar Bed Installations
- Vegetable & Kitchen Herb Gardens
- Homestead Garden Farming Assistance
- Planter, Pool & Patio Garden Designs
- Native Land & Property Restoration
- Invasive Plant & Honeysuckle Removal
- Native & Woodland Planting
- Seasonal Lawn & Clean-Up Services
- Trimming, Edging, Weeding, & Mulching
- Leaf & Debris Removal
- Property Maintenance
- Weekly, Monthly & Quarterly Packages
When you want to be part of changing how your community handles food waste and other compostables, but time and space are not on your side, GoZERO offers food waste compost drop-off stations. They can also place 9 or more carts on a residential (or commercial) street and service them on a routine basis as part of a local collection route. Follow the link above for more information.
Seasonal Workshops and Events
Plant Cincinnati will be organizing workshops to increase neighborly landscaping knowledge and practices to help develop individual properties. Butterfly and bee garden designs and installation practices will bee (ahem) held at Plant Cincinnati in Madisonville on Saturday, April 27th, 2019.