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KITCHEN DOOR LANDSCAPING

san diego, california

SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY ROOTS

At Kitchen Door, we are investing in growing our San Diego community from the ground up. We take time to foster connection where it matters most. We do this by studying our community's local ecosystem, then uplifting our small business circles through project partnerships. We also give back to the Earth through team volunteering and regeneration initiatives.
 
We are proud to be part of the San Diego community! We are here to serve you and your neighbors with our beautiful, bespoke, and sustainable landscaping solutions.

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blu frankel

city manager

Blu graduated from Harvard College with a B.A. in Social Anthropology and was introduced to regenerative design through studying indigenous Amazonian land practices under anthropologist Eduardo Neves. He is passionate about advancing Kitchen Door’s mission to regenerate the local environment and looks forward to helping deepen folks’ connection to the natural world here in San Diego! 

YOUR SAN DIEGO TEAM

LOCAL FAVORITES

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local plant life we love
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LET'S WORK TOGETHER

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arctostaphylos
evergreen

a low-maintenance, low-water shrub with picturesque bark, showy flowers, and food for wildlife. It's perfect for blending the urban with the wild!

wild lilac
flowering shrub

A fast-growing, long-lived species with gorgeous blooms and numerous tree, shrub, and ground cover variations. It also contributes to soil health by fixing nitrogen through symbiotic microbial relationships.

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california  sage
perennial

an incredibly dynamic species grown as a shrub or ground cover. Sages, in general, lend color and aroma to landscapes and are magnets for birds and butterflies. They are edible and come in various flavors- enjoyable right outside your kitchen door! 

agave
succulent

a bold, architectural succulent that produces beautiful flowers. You can even use it for DIY mezcal and tequila production. 

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