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Create your destiny
by growing it on your land.

Serendipity Permaculture designs micro-ecosystems to fit on any existing piece of property, in any environment. Helping you grow your own food, break free from traditional thinking, and bring purpose back to the Earth.

Grow your own food 

Renew the earth 

Find a new sense of freedom 

We believe that independence is powerful

At Serendipity Permaculture, we know that you want to be free and design your own life.


Knowing where to even begin is a weighty challenge for most.  We believe a simple solution is easier than you think.


A foundation of Permaculture certifications from the Permaculture Institute and Verge Permaculture provide a solid understanding of the design process. This coupled with years of interdisciplinary practice in TCM, herbalism, and plant medicine, we are confident that we can create an ecosystem that delivers to you for years to come.


Permaculture can be used by anyone, anywhere.

City flats, yards, and window boxes

Suburban and country houses/garden

Allotments and smallholdings

Community spaces

Farms and estates

Countryside and conservation areas

Commercial and industrial premises

Educational establishments

Waste ground

How it works

1 / Contact us

Our discovery process helps us understand your land, seasonal climate, and unique physical and emotional needs, all while painting a vision for the future.

2 / Grow a Connection

As we work, we encourage our customers to spend time in and on their land. Taking walks, sharing meals with loved ones, meditating, and more all for the purpose of growing a deep connection to their property. 

3 / Experience the Renewal

Life will look different but most importantly, your ecosystem will help you feel different. With a renewed sense of self, the Earth, and even food, the future will look brighter than ever. 


"Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple"
– Bill Mollison

Download our Free Guide:
The things to consider before adding a permaculture ecosystem

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