: an innate love for the natural world
The instinctive bond between all living systems; an attraction to all that is alive and vital.
We offer a comprehensive and collaborative design process starting with a client consultation to understand your aesthetic, project scope, and desired uses of your landscape.
As experienced project managers, we orchestrate the desired team of subcontractors and oversee the execution of the projects we design.
We specialize in enhancing built environments and interior spaces with plant life in the form of container gardens, unique living plant arrangements, planter installation, and living walls.
We are an ecological landscape design-build company offering a single point of contact for both the design and installation phases of your landscaping project.
We believe that when we connect with the natural world we feel more alive and happy. When we interact with landscapes that reflect nature, we can breathe more deeply and decompress from our fast-paced urban lifestyle. Our mission is to regenerate thriving ecosystems using sustainable landscaping practices and to cultivate wellbeing by deepening human connection with the natural world. Our aesthetic moves beyond the limits of traditional landscape design, focusing on native plant communities, edible and medicinal plants, songbird and pollinator habitat, and incorporation of unique specimen plants. We’ve succeeded if our design inspires you engage with your landscape, enabling you to heal and thrive.
Owner and Principal Designer
Meredith Stocking has years of experience designing and managing landscape installations for clients in Atlanta and the southeast. Her project portfolio includes residential and commercial landscapes, container gardens, and interior plant design. Biofilia’s service is driven by Meredith’s values of open and genuine communication, high quality work, and care for each other and our environment. Meredith holds a Masters in Public Policy and is a certified permaculture designer, yoga teacher, former behavioral scientist for the CDC, and an active member of her Candler Park neighborhood where she lives with her three children and husband.