1,030 wildlife Outdoor Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Coastal Cayucos
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try to save at least part of it for wildlife. A length of fallen trunk on the ground makes a wonderful wildlife home as well as a playspace and can be
try to save at least part of it for wildlife. A length of fallen trunk on the ground makes a wonderful wildlife home as well as a playspace and can be
“garden” — tracyhartwick
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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ha ha wall....designed to preserve views and keep wildlife out
and it helps create a clear view from the upper section while deterring wildlife.
and it helps create a clear view from the upper section while deterring wildlife.
deters wildlife (deer)
“Farmington” — andiruss
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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a habitat. What should you be looking for in a suitable tree to promote wildlife habitat? First and foremost, you should opt for a tree species that is
to the climate, soils and rainfall, and will be well suited for native wildlife.
multifunctional by providing screening, shade, noise reduction, cover for wildlife, erosion control or food? Discover below how you can place trees in the
can also be selected to create habitats that favor local birds and other wildlife. Ornamental grasses are a great alternative to turf grass. Here, various
with lawns. Greater plant diversity welcomes birds, butterflies and other wildlife, and promotes a more normal ecosystem in general.Large lawns are visual
a habitat. What should you be looking for in a suitable tree to promote wildlife habitat? First and foremost, you should opt for a tree species that is
“natural look” — rosisjane
Red oak (Quercus coccinea)
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because you’d be hard pressed to find a tree more beneficial to more kinds of wildlife. Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color
“Red Oak” — donnad918
Monrovia
Harry Lauder's Walking Stick
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feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Deer resistant; nuts attract wildlifeSeasonal interest: Deciduous; flowers in early spring on bare branches;
feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Deer resistant; nuts attract wildlife Seasonal interest: Deciduous; flowers in early spring on bare branches;
feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Deer resistant; nuts attract wildlife Seasonal interest: Deciduous; flowers in early spring on bare branches;
feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Deer resistant; nuts attract wildlifeSeasonal interest: Deciduous; flowers in early spring on bare branches;
“Like: Harry Lauder for tree on front hill” — christopherstanford
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my
13. Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my
wind through some bluestem?More: 6 Plants That Beat Butterfly Bush for the Wildlife Draw
“Sculptur” — graceserpa
Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect
Toro Canyon
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You would like to support your local wildlife. Birds, butterflies and beneficial insects are drawn to multitiered en
3. You would like to support your local wildlife. Birds, butterflies and beneficial insects are drawn to multitiered environments featuring native trees
“like the feel from concrete to greens! simple design” — lheikkonen
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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more diversity in structure and plant type, the more homes you provide for wildlife like monarchs. In fact, when you plant for monarchs, you plant for so much
group that works to save invertebrate creatures for the benefit of all wildlife. Its website has a clickable map that takes you to native plant lists for
milkweed, for example, is a gateway drug to gardening for wildlife (in this case, monarch butterflies).
more diversity in structure and plant type, the more homes you provide for wildlife like monarchs. In fact, when you plant for monarchs, you plant for so much
group that works to save invertebrate creatures for the benefit of all wildlife. Its website has a clickable map that takes you to native plant lists for
“Diverse habitat” — sageguide
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