Permeable Paving Rain Gardens Organic Land Care Unique Garden Elements Steel LED Lighting

Permeable Paving

Elegant and functional

Rain Gardens

Beautiful drainage solutions

Organic Land Care

Nature’s smorgasbord for your lawn and plants

Unique Garden Elements

Colorful surprises that can be soothing too

Steel

Strong. Structural. Recycled. Modern.

LED Lighting

Energy efficient landscape lighting

Welcome to the organic and sustainable world of Earthdance Organics. From sustainable design through organic lawn, tree and shrub care, we create beautiful landscapes that represent your ideals while also supporting Nature.

Our Blog

wordpress-logo-hoz-rgbOrganic and sustainable news you can use in your garden is the central theme of our blog posts. Scroll down to read our latest posts and subscribe to get our blog in your email or follow us on popular social media sites. Let us know what you think and what sustainable or organic advice you need for your landscape.

Biological Fertilizer

FT. logo. 236p wideCentral to our work is bringing the microbial life back to your landscape that can be damaged by synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. FertileTea is a brewed worm-castings tea steeped full of beneficial microbes and nutrients that your plants will love and will help to recharge the life in your soils and help suppress diseases.

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"Organic"

USDA-Organic-Seal, smallerOn October 21, 2002, the USDA took over control of the word "Organic," and changed forever its meaning. Some die-hard pre-organic, organic farmers refused to pay the fees to have the new USDA-owned label applied to their foods and a new culture was born. Some call it "Beyond Organic." What does "organic" mean to our landscape practices? Stay tuned to our blog for our philosophical groundings and what it means to us and our customers.

"Sustainable"

ecoPRO_Logo_small web sizeThe Washington State Department of Ecology has put together a brand new program to certify landscape professionals in "sustainable practices." Our owner, Bill Peregrine, is one of the first 22 in Washington State to be certified under this program. What does sustainability mean to our future and how does it apply to landscape practices? Stay tuned to our blog as we look at the future of sustainable landscapes and what it means for all those that inhabit the Earth...

Top Books for the Organic Gardener, a Holiday Shopping Guide

Need a thought-provoking book for the gardener on your list? Try one of these!

Pruning for Form — The Tale of 2 Dogwoods

I came across an interesting tree pruning situation the other day… Two of the same variety Dogwood trees where one was exhibiting upright growth habit and the other lateral growth habit. This presented an interesting pruning challenge on how these trees should be pruned and a great lesson in pruning for a plant’s “form.” A […]

Frenemies… The Good and Bad of Bacteria

Bacteria, our friend and our enemy. We can’t live without them and understanding how to promote the good ones is key to our health and a healthy planet.

Plant Nutrients: A nice reference summary…

Do you know all 16 chemical elements that plants need to be successful? Read about it here…

Product Update: Myco-Apply Max to replace Myco-Apply Endo

The craziness continues…

Organic Solution for Verticillum Wilt?

  It’s a sad spring as my tree form Japanese Maple is dying. I noticed the first branches dying last fall and while I was beginning to get concerned I decided to wait and see what happened this spring. Of the 3 most prevalent root borne diseases to affect Japanese maples I think mine has verticillum […]

Kelp Help! & Fish On!

Meet my new friend, Mat Mattz, owner of Native-Nutrients. Mat just delivered 55 gallons of Fish On!, a hydrolyzed organic liquid fish fertilizer and 55 gallons of Kelp Help!, a Pacific Northwest Bull Kelp. If you are one of our customers then Mat is soon to be a friend of yours as well as these […]

Every Exit is an Entry Somewhere Else

You can’t change the world if all you do is fight the existing structure. Changing the world takes moving forward with new ideas that make the old ideas, well, old.

Icky Dandelions

As a landscape professional I tend to get overwhelmed with chemical “solutions” to the “problems” we face on our customers’ lawns. The barrage has just begun with Dow AgroSciences sending out an early reminder that I need to get chemicals on my customers’ lawns to head off customer dissatisfaction and the dreadful “callback.” So what’s […]

Plant Guilds (updated: page link restored)

Understanding plant guilds can create more harmonious interactions between plants leading to increased plant vitality.

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