Hummingbird Crossing is a Rhode Island based company specializing in hummingbird garden designs for private residences.
Distinctive gardens are designed to resonate with the surroundings and regional conditions. Design work brings an open-mindedness to each project, focusing on unique landscapes tailored specifically to a particular site and a clients vision.
Hummingbird Crossing is committed to providing the highest level of professional service, with a range of gardening services, including master planning, design, site-specific planting, ecological sustainability, project management and custom design of landscape structures. Specializing in small layouts for decks, patios, and small in-ground gardens designed to attract hummingbirds and "keep-em coming."
Emphasis is placed on the use of zeric and native plants requiring minimal maintenance.
|“Don is an incredible designer - his work is very detailed. He has successfully turned my backyard into an outdoor living space. There I can listen to the water fall and watch all the hummingbirds. I would work with him again. I can’t tell you how many of my friends admire his work.” — Kathy S.|
Founder Don Brown has a lifetime of experience in conservation, organic gardening and landscape and wildlife with a a focus on hummingbirds. With a twenty plus year career in facilities engineering, followed by a thirty year career in the fly fishing industry, moving into habitat design and maintenance was a natural transition.
Don is a Master Gardener and has won numerous awards with his plants.
The habitat at his home has evolved over the past twenty years and is home to numerous hummingbirds and other small birds. His garden is certified by the National Wildlife Association as a Wildlife Habitat with an advanced certification as a Bird Friendly Habitat.
Several habitats have been designed and built or assistance provided in their establishment from the Northeast to Florida. Some have received certification from the National Wildlife Association. Don founded Hummingbird Crossing in 1990.