Put in a Pond Create a soothing garden oasis that delights the senses: refreshing drinks; seed for birds; nectar for bees and butterflies; and hiding places for fish, frogs, and other water-loving wildlife.
Designed as a show garden for the Chelsea Flower Show in England, this sustainable garden by Stephen Hall includes a range of diverse habitats for wildlife and plants that attract beneficial insects. The building's green roof is planted with sedum.
Lush look and Ethan Skyler's Bainbridge Island garden is filled with green, but uses very little turf grass. Click ahead to see how they did it with a grassy path, layered plantings, and colorful accents.
Use Space Smartly: Small city properties aren't limited to foundation shrubs and postage-stamp lawns. The layered look shown here features a variety of sizes and shapes for an eye-catching landscape that won't be missed.