The skeletons of the plants are as important for me as a flowers Piet Oudolf
Nazim Gardens Landscape Designs Ltd implement designs based on sustainability, beauty and reflection. We work toward a meaningful and durable landscape designs, adapted to the social and ecological challenges of the XXI Century. From private owner to municipalities and developers, we are shaping the future landscape of our community, we focus on ''high performing Landscape in which designs goal and natural process go hand in hand'' (Travis Beck)
Inspired by naturals landscapes and the work of designers around the world such as Piet Oudolf, we specialized in Ecological landscape design for public and private site. We select plants not only for there beauty but also for there ecological adaptation.
''Where formal or obviously artificial gardens may charm or stimulate, they very rarely comfort us or make us feel welcome'', indeed, naturalistic gardens have a much profound effect and bring out deep emotion within our-self." (Ann Lovejoy)
Nazim Landscape designs Ltd strive to bring this feeling of beauty, memory and emotions in the design and installation of private and public gardens while shaping a sustainable Landscape for our future community.
Loïc Nazim Cazaubon, CEO. Credentials : BC Landscape Nursery Association Member ISA arboristCertification ID: PN-9161A Certificate in Restoration of Natural Systems, University of Victoria, Victoria BC. Specialized in fresh water, riparian restoration, west coast native plants, mining site rehabilitation. Certificate in Naturalistic Garden design, Planting the Oudolf way, with world class designers, Piet Oudolf and Dr Noel Kingsbury. Online Course with ''My Garden school''. Certificate in Landscape Design and Horticulture - University of Guelph, Ontario. Organic Master Gardener with Gaia College - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Study of Horticulture Therapy with Ann Kent - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Bachelors and Master in Sociology. - University of Aix en Provence, Montreal and Strasbourg, France and Canada