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We are a regenerative landscape design, build and education firm located in Atlanta and serving the southeast. 

Every outdoor space we create contributes to protecting biodiversity; growing food, medicine, and pollinator habitat; building soil, and restoring the water cycle. Your garden, no matter the size, can have a positive impact. 

Most gardens are designed to be high input systems⏤water-intensive, chemically-dependent, and high maintenance. Instead of toxic, resource-heavy conventional landscapes, we build health from the ground up by transitioning landscapes to become ecologically-sound, healthy ones. Our work is to reconcile the human built environment and the natural world, creating a conversation between the two that is life-giving. 

By building lasting relationships with our clients through our consult-design-build-caretaking process, we empower you to understand and interact with your landscape as you deepen your role as an environmental steward.

from the ground up

we build health

EST. 2008

We are a values-driven company with purpose. 

We are a woman-owned business, and a certified B Corporation.

We believe business is perfectly situated to actively solve many social and environmental problems and, in turn, redefine the concept of what a business is.


Brandy M. Hall

FOUNDER & MANAGING DIRECTOR

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Ethan + alexis said

Working with Shades of Green has been a godsend for our family and our home. Brandy and her team have that rare combination of talent, creativity, and detail-orientation that makes great things happen. Our yard was a wreck, and they transformed it into an urban oasis. They are masters of their craft, have encyclopedic knowledge, and love what they do. Their crew is a joy to have around. Every step of the process from planning to execution was a delight. We are truly grateful to have found this wonderful company and to live in the beautiful, sweet-smelling, and tasty landscape they created for us."

"Our yard was a wreck, and they transformed it into an urban oasis!