12 Apr 9 Fresh Design Ideas From Wildlife-Friendly Gardens
Set up your garden to provide food, water and shelter for birds, bees, butterflies and more without compromising style. Having a wildlife-friendly garden doesn’t mean you need to let everything grow wild — although you can. There are plenty of ways to make even the most stylish, ordered and contemporary gardens attractive to pollinators and other beneficial wildlife, says Lauren Dunec Hoang, a Houzz Contributor, landscape designer, a former garden editor for Sunset Magazine. Hoang continues, with smart plant choices and a few design moves, you can increase both the biodiversity of your yard and its overall visual appeal.
Schmechtig Landscapes Flower Garden Design with Pond, Wilmette, Illinois
Take a look at the following good-looking gardens all bursting with color and 9 design ideas
that will lend a helping hand to local wildlife: