These designs are best on lots with a neighboring home or business.
Easy-to-build side lot rain garden designed with plants commonly available at local shops and national chains.
Neighborhood-friendly tapestry of small and large trees reduces mowing maintenance and creates energy savings.
Photo © Ernst Conservation Seeds
Rain garden and living fence provide a soft way to split a lot between neighbors while managing roof runoff.
A floral landscape that stabilizes lead in the soil while registering your household caffeine levels.
This underground water storage tank is a long-term solution to save money and water, reduce risk of basement flooding, and contribute to the health of our Great Lakes waterways.
A collection of spreading groundcovers that can be planted over your entire lot, or planted and maintained as distinct paisley patches.
This theatre of seasonal design features four ornamental trees, each crowned by a seasonal rain garden.
A clean, planted edge borders this native meadow—a pollinator-friendly option for every neighborhood.
Transforms the basement area of a recently-demolished house into a series of stepped raingarden tiers.
This off-street parking design holds two vehicles with extra room for a lawn—great for sharing with a neighbor who also needs parking.