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Bernice Fielding, BEvolved Consulting’s Creative Director is featured in Green Magazine Hawai`i

RIGHT PLANT, RIGHT PLACE is Bevolved Consulting and Bernice Fielding’s Mantra! Green Magazine Hawai`i begins this feature article with this mantra and continues to discuss the focus of BEvolved Consulting services as being unique, since they are founded upon sustainable horticultural practices. Click here to read the article in full, look for page 15 ….

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Lanikai Ocean Front Home

To create this tropical oasis for our Lanikai clients, BEvolved Consulting created a design for Hapa Landscaping to install. Working closely our clients to ensure we met their expectations and visions for the space, this design offers many sustainable options including, native and non invasive plant material. Previously, the space was uninviting and boring and now this[…]

Hapa Landscaping offers high quality installations for BEvolved Consulting's designs

BEvolved Consulting and Hapa Landscaping team up to offer our clients a “1 stop shop” experience

BEvolved Consulting has joined forces with Hapa Landscaping so we can offer our clients a “1 stop shop” experience. We focus on customer service, high quality work and client satisfaction by offering: design services,  plant material selection, installation, review of final product, landscape management plans and on-going maintenance. Working together, BEvolved Consulting and Hapa Landscaping work closely with[…]

"Tsawwassen Bluff"

The Landscape Architecture of Paul Sangha coffee table book features BEvolved Consulting’s Owner + Creative Director, Bernice Fielding’s work

“To move through one of Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture’s landscapes is to feel.” In Vancouver and across the lower mainland, Paul Sangha’s eye for detail and understanding of the realm of landscape in unmatched. Learning from the best, Bernice Fielding, BEvolved Consulting’s Owner + Creative Director worked as the Director of Horticulture for Paul Sangha[…]


Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

You can easily minimize the negative impacts of materials implemented into your landscape design by adopting this mantra: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Previously, utilizing recycled materials in a design concept was disregarded. People believed the items were: hard to find, hard to work with and ugly. But recently, a strong desire to be sustainable has led to an increase[…]

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Edible Landscapes

What are Edible Landscapes? Edible landscaping is the practical integration of food plants within an ornamental or decorative setting. The same design principles for ornamental landscapes are used, while substituting edible plants such as: Bananas, Citrus, Ginger, Lemon Grass, Olena and Herbs for some of the otherwise unproductive plant material. Using edibles in landscape design[…]

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Designing with Native Hawaiian Plants

Incorporating Native Hawaiian plants into a landscape design can create stunningly beautiful and unique spaces while aiding in the preservation of our surrounding environment. Roughy 90% of our native plants are found nowhere else in the world and many of them are endangered. Aside from the unmatched beauty of these plants, there are a number of other reasons[…]