These strategies and many others can be integrated into your garden to make it more sustainable. The list below offers a wide variety of ideas to choose from with links to other EDIS publications and various websites for more information. Choose a few strategies that work best for your yard and your abilities. Start small. Even if you can only use a few ideas, you will contribute to the ecological health of your neighborhood.
This Japanese eraser with a modest canopy is the right scale for this small front yard. Figure 19 - 38. This beautiful front yard incorporates ground covers like phlox, perennials like rosemary and shasta daisies, and tulip bulbs to replace the lawn. Figure 19 - 39. These children enjoy a natural play area made of rounds of trees. Figure 19 - 41. The yellow jasmine star (Trachelospermum asiaticum) growing on this lattice not only provides a wonderful scent, it filters out the view of the neighboring patio. Once the site has been analyzed, the activity list made, and the bubble charts drawn (Figure 19-35) to better locate the activities and the summer ments, the layout of the landscape can be determined.
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