ABOUT PERENNIAL PATTERNS DESIGN
Perennial Patterns is a family business, founded by my mom Linda Guadagni in 1989. Her original advertisement was "Perennial Patterns: Planning, Planting, Pruning, Propagating." and she ran from job to job in a little Toyota truck. I would usually ride in the backseat surrounded by tools and often with a plant in my lap. In 2015 I finished my master's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon and took over as owner of the business. Our mission has always been to provide exceptional landscape design, installation and upkeep services, and many of our clients have been with us for decades.
Perennial Patterns specializes in landscapes that are:
Low-maintenance (because we are usually the ones doing the maintenance)
Drought- tolerant (because we like to save water)
Cascadian Style (because gardens are most authentic when they reflect the larger region)
ABOUT NOAH GUADAGNI, MLA
I was born in a little house on Cedar st. in the heart of the Whiteaker neighborhood of Eugene, OR. I grew up in gardens, holding the hose and pulling weeds, and have always been fascinated by the possibilities of designing with nature and creating beautiful, functional, and meaningful landscapes for people. I have a strong affinity for the natural landscapes of the Pacific Northwest, the PNW region is my home and the place that I want to represent using landscape and garden design.