Example Projects

Gather inspiration from some Thrive Lot projects

Our network of ecosystems experts specialize in creating sustainable, self-sufficient systems by mimicking patterns and relationships already found in nature. Applying these principles in your yard’s transformation creates a beautiful, abundant and sustainable outdoor space for all to enjoy. Below are just a few examples of our customers' yard transformations.

Check Availability
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Chemical free
Local expertise
Transparent pricing

Customer love

Ann is one of our happy customers now that she's reaping the benefits of her beautiful garden and cisterns.

“Everything has gone very well! We are so pleased with the final install and our interactions with the team. I can’t wait to try out the cisterns!”
“My backyard now has not only the beautiful aesthetic look I wanted, but also herbs, veggies, bees, birds and butterflies! Finding Thrive Lot and Mike was perfect.”
Example Projects

Explore some recent projects from Thrive Lot customers

Smart habitat

Ann came to Thrive Lot wanting to create a sustainable garden that provides food and flowers which benefit the environment. She also wanted to incorporate rain barrels with a rainwater-fed drip irrigation system in order to respect scarce resources. She had a “secret garden” before but wasn’t able to maintain it by herself.

$20k budget
½ acre
921 plants
55 species
Thrive Lot customer backyard featuring raised bed near swimming pool

Poolside ecosystem

Anastassia came to Thrive Lot with a big vision for creating a beautiful, diverse, and productive foodscape. We replaced her lawn with native plants and installed a fruit forest featuring mature Pineapple Guavas and Cherry Trees. Anastassia now shares her food abundance with neighbors while feeding bees and butterflies with healthy, pesticide-free plants.

$25k budget
½ acre
102 plants
36 species

Rural habitat

Doug bought a 2-acre property in rural Ohio and wanted to create a habitat that would attract a variety of wildlife, feed birds and butterflies, and produce an abundance of fruit and vegetables. Throughout the design process he made it clear that a pond, forest garden, pollinator habitat, and fire pit were top priorities. As you can see from the photos, he got exactly what he wanted.

$40k budget
2 acre
366 plants
90 species

Popular components installed in projects

Chicken coop

Enjoy fresh eggs daily with a high-quality, easy to maintain chicken coop! Plus, they also help to reduce food waste by eating kitchen scraps and insects.


Now that you have a lot of native flowers, get some bees to pollinate your plants and make the healthiest honey.

Mushroom shelter

Perhaps the most resilient and rewarding food to grow at home. A small shaded space can produce an abundance of delicious, fresh mushrooms.

Love our mission too?

Enter your email address below for information on how you can bring Thrive-ing lots to your friends, family and neighbors. And you may even earn credit for doing so. Lets build a thriving community, one lot at a time.

Thank you! Your submission has been received.
Welcome to the Thrive Lot community.
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.