Understanding your site is an important part of the DIY process.
We recommend drawing out your site (or the area you are planning on transforming) and marking out:
For more information on this process, please click below!
When considering your new landscape design, think about what you might need in order to create a functional space.
Things to consider:
Stormwater retention features are a helpful tool for sustainable landscaping. They help us harvest rainwater to percolate into our soils. Think: Slow, Sink, Spread! Here are a couple of ways we can capture rainwater:
The next step is to put pen to paper and design your landscape. We encourage you to start simple, by envisioning general spaces of what might work where.
Start broad and work your way to specifics. You’ll begin to critique your designs & improve them each time to create that functional space! Remember: try, assess, critique, repeat.
Types of Gardens to explore:
Once you have envisioned a space that is suitable to your wants and needs, you can begin the plant selection process and narrow down the specifics.
In order, sketch out your: