A colorful, full-season design creates space to accommodate social gatherings while providing privacy to neighbors.
Create habitat and improve biodiversity with this set of guiding principles for managing an existing forest patch or emergent stand of trees.
Photo © Erin Kelly, Lambert, Rotherstien & Associates.
Embrace the poor quality rocky soils of commercial lots in Detroit with this mix of succulents in a range of painterly colors and textures.
Reduce drainage fees, manage dust, and enhance the identity of your commercial corridor with this colorful and fragrant edge-maker.
The clean, hardy, and colorful living perimeter of this lot design is easy to build and works well on multiple lots.
Neighborhood-friendly tapestry of small and large trees reduces mowing maintenance and creates energy savings.
A floral landscape that stabilizes lead in the soil while registering your household caffeine levels.
This theatre of seasonal design features four ornamental trees, each crowned by a seasonal rain garden.
Colorful, hardy plants form a clean and urban edge while creating a barrier to limit lot access.
This maple tree mix creates beautiful shade, fall color, and offers routes to wealth creation over time.
A clean, planted edge borders this native meadow—a pollinator-friendly option for every neighborhood.
Rain garden and living fence provide a soft way to split a lot between neighbors while managing roof runoff.