Luke and Melody Huskey founded Wild Bloom to set a new standard for sustainable landscaping services in San Luis Obispo County.
Luke’s background is in sustainable landscape construction and organic agriculture, as well as non-profit environmental work. Dedicated to enhancing the natural beauty of communities across San Luis Obispo County, Luke was recognized by the SLO Tribune with a Top 20 Under 40 award for his work with Wild Bloom.
Melody knows landscape design and horticulture. In her many years of crafting custom designs for happy clients, she’s developed a signature style that blends form and function with captivating color. Melody takes pride in delivering sustainable landscaping designs that are both beautiful and environmentally friendly.
Wild Bloom is the first landscaping company to institute a voluntary carbon tax on all of its operations.
The carbon tax is calculated monthly at a rate of $25 per ton of CO2 emitted during our operations. This money is taken directly off our profits, which means the cost is not passed on to our customers.
Each year, the funds generated from the carbon tax are donated to a local environmental organization or are used to provide environmentally friendly landscaping to a school, public space, or non-profit organization.
As landscapers, we take a hands-on approach to giving. Each season Wild Bloom hosts Volunteer Days in an effort to share our teams’ collective passion, knowledge, and resources with the Central Coast community. Together we’ve installed rainwater harvesting systems, cleaned up litter, and completed sustainable projects for local schools.
All are welcome to participate. Contact us to learn more.
Sustainable Landscaping Workshops
Wild Bloom offers free workshops for homeowners who want to learn more about sustainable landscaping. These events are a fantastic opportunity to protect our local ecosystem from harmful practices by sharing a more environmentally responsible approach to landscape design and construction.