Dreaming of a colorful landscape with lots of curb appeal, but not sure how to get there? We’re building an online tool so you can go from ideal plans to an idyllic landscape.
The Garden Style San Antonio Landscape Design Center 2.0 will offer landscape plans in a variety of styles and recommended plant lists. Our goal is to help you transform your ideas into an idyllic garden or outdoor living space — and we want to hear your suggestions!
So start imagining your perfect yard… Would it be a Spanish courtyard? A wildscape for butterflies and birds? Or, maybe an edible landscape? Do you need play areas for children or designs for small spaces?
Share your must-have landscaping requirements and gardening ideas with us as we develop this new tool. We want to know which features would be most helpful to you, such as the ability to save your design or share it with others. Would you prefer to create your own landscape plans with a drag-and-drop tool or just print out a professionally designed diagram?
Please take the survey below and let us know how you would use the plans to surround your home with a lush, low-water landscape.
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Watch for updates as we reimagine our online garden planner!
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Sasha Kodet is a conservation planner whose large garden attracts a myriad of wildlife and curious neighbors with minimal water. At SAWS, Kodet develops outdoor programs to help people create their own beautiful, water-saving landscapes. She draws on her two decades of experience as a naturalist, botanical garden educator and event planner. Kodet enjoys (really) long walks in the woods and has thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail.
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