landscape design Conservation Landscape Ecological Landscaping Washington D.C. Residential garden Design Wildlife Habitat
Change starts with imagination. A dazzling vegetated swale transforms a classic suburban lot, previously dominated by lawn, into a vibrant and colorful centerpiece of the neighborhood. Gold finches, hummingbirds, and numerous butterflies are drawn to the combination of Joe Pye weed, black-eyed susans, cardinal flower, butterflyweed, golden rod, iris and Virgina switchgrass. The diversity of native plants not only provides excellent wildlife habitat, but also slows down and cleans stormwater that would typically would flow unchecked into the Potomac River
Natural stone steps traverse a woodland meadow from Lake Audubon
Lush plant materials and distinctive stonework compliment the bold architecture of Mark McInturff. Organic shapes and overflowing textures heighten the overall experience. Environmentally, the pervious patio of granite resolves an historic issue with drainage and the high use of native plants encourages a new community of pollinators to congregate.

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Natural Resources Design, Inc.,
Conservation and Ecological landscape design for homes, commercial, resorts, schools, and public space in Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Maryland.
Designs with native plants and appropriate storm water management to create wildlife habitats.
Landscape Design, Conservation Landscape, Ecological Landscaping, Residential garden Design, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia,
Native Plants, Wildlife Habitat, Lauren Wheeler, Jenny Reed, water management, Landscape Design, Landscape Design,
Conservation Landscape, Ecological Landscaping, Residential garden Design, Residential garden Design, Washington, D.C.




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