Frequently Asked Questions

Guidance for Your Green Queries

Questions are the seeds of knowledge. At Wildscape Designs, we’re ready to cultivate your understanding of sustainable gardening. Don’t see your question listed below? Reach out to us, day or night, for personalized advice and support as you grow your garden and your green thumb.

What Type of Plants Should I Choose for My Garden?

At Wildscape Designs, we believe your garden should be a reflection of what brings you joy. Whether it’s the allure of vibrant flowers, the satisfaction of growing your own food, or creating a haven for birds and butterflies, we guide you in choosing plants that align with your personal happiness. Remember, with over 300,000 plant species on our planet, the possibilities in your garden are as limitless as your imagination.

How Can I Make My Garden Attractive to Wildlife Like Birds and Butterflies?

To attract specific wildlife, it’s all about selecting the right plants. Whether you’re passionate about birds, butterflies, or any other local wildlife, we can help you create a habitat that’s not just beautiful but also beneficial for the creatures you wish to welcome. Our expertise lies in choosing plants that provide the necessary food sources and environments for these animals.

Is It Possible to Have a Garden That's Both Beautiful and Edible?

Absolutely! Blending aesthetics with functionality is one of our specialties. You can have a stunning garden that also serves as a source of fresh, home-grown produce. We can design your space to include edible plants that not only taste great but also add visual appeal to your garden.

I Love Having Fresh Flowers in My Home. Can My Garden Be Designed for This?

Certainly! If you delight in bringing a slice of your garden’s beauty indoors, we can incorporate flower varieties that are perfect for cutting and arranging. From dazzling blooms to subtle elegance, your garden can be your personal florist, providing you with fresh bouquets whenever you desire.

What Type of Mulch Should I Use?

We recommend using locally sourced, natural mulch free of dyes and chemicals. Mulch without harmful additives enriches the soil as it breaks down, adding organic matter, improving soil structure, and retaining moisture, reducing the need for frequent watering. Untreated mulch fosters a healthy ecosystem of microorganisms in the soil, which are essential for overall plant health, and creates a safer environment for beneficial insects, birds, and other wildlife in your garden.