front gardens + planting strips

Pollinator & wildlife-friendly planting strips

This is our big campaign for “curb appeal”: let’s turn our sad parking strips into vibrant, low-water gardens for bees, butterflies & other winged friends. Residential parking strips are often neglected spaces with great potential for water capture, food production and neighborhood streetscape beauty. Fill them up with low-maintenance perennials that will provide forage for insects and birds, and you’ll have more than just pretty plants to look at when you come home!

Get excited about pollinator gardens by following the work of Sarah Bergmann at Pollinator Pathways, checking out the USDA resources and Pollinator Pathway Northeast. Then contact us to learn how you can build your own pollinator oasis!

Reach us at or 206.351.9407

Water-wise Planting Strip, year 1

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