Hatchet & Seed – Edible Landscape Designers & Builders, Victoria BC

We Build Edible Landscapes

We live and work on beautiful Southern Vancouver Island - the traditional homelands of the Lekwugen, Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples. We are grateful!

Our work is focused on regenerating land and creating resilient food ecosystems.

Learn how Hatchet & Seed creates edible landscapes in Victoria, BC

Hatchet & Seed - Edible Landscapes in Victoria, BC

Hatchet and Seed is a family owned and operated business in Victoria, BC.

The Faces Behind The Work

We are a family-run consulting, design & project management business, based in the Victoria, BC. We also have a wide variety of sub-contractors that we use to get jobs done! Give us a call to discuss how we might be a good fit for your project idea.

Featured Projects

A stone firepit in a garden surrounded by a trellis with climbing vegetables and sunflowers.

Oak Bay Edible Landscape

Karine and Alex were needing a complete overhaul on their backyard after they built a new shed. They were wanting food gardens along with an open area for their kids to play. We started with a detailed landscape design and … Continued

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A raised bed garden living room

Raised Bed Garden Room

Raised Bed Garden Living Room Adam and Liz contacted us wanting fresh eyes on their already productive edible landscape. Their suburban lot had established gardens and fruit trees when they moved in and they’ve been tending to and expanding since … Continued

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HCP Permaculture Garden in Victoria, BC

HCP Permaculture Garden

In 2017, we taught an Introduction to Permaculture at the Horticulture Centre of the Pacific through their Horticulture Technician Program. The final day was a 16 person permablitz to daylight a spring, dig a water retention pond and create a … Continued

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Tayler was very quick to assess the site, our needs and to develop a work agreement that suited us all. We were thoroughly impressed by his practical knowledge of landscape design as well as business professionalism & project management.

The design and installation of our edible landscape solved drainage issues by putting excess water to use in a food-producing ‘blueberry bog’. We witnessed a very high attention to detail and a respect for our needs as clients. The work site was kept tidy and clean between work phases. We are thrilled with our new food producing yard!

David Grove & Gwen Snyder, Royal Bay Bakery
Happy clients - David & Gwen

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