San Diego landscape design is as varied as our communities. Here are a few examples of excellent design that are open to the public. Think about a visit to learn more about what plants you like or don’t like. Don’t see a name tag? Just send us a digital image of a plant and we will identify it for you.
For an amazing array of drought tolerant plants and wonderful waterwise landscape ideas, try the Cuyamaca College Water Conservation Garden.
Did you know that the San Diego Zoo is not just a zoo, it is also a registered botanical garden? In fact, they believe that their plant collections are worth four times as much as their animal collection. For tropical plants, these is certainly the place to go. Of course, don’t forget about the Wild Animal Park (yep, also a botanical garden). They have a wonderful cactus garden, native plant garden, protea garden, and much more.
If you are in North County, consider a visit to Quail Botanical Gardens. Because it was once an estate garden, it has wonderful landscaping ideas that could be applied to your garden. They also have an amazing orchard burgeoning with exotic fruit trees.
Want your own amazing San Diego landscape design? Please go to www.sageoutdoordesigns.com and fill in the contact us form. Sage Outdoor Designs is a San Diego landscape design firm. Our Principal, Kate Wiseman, has been a San Diego landscape designer for the past ten years- ask how she can help transform your garden into the one you always wanted.
Wiseman, the Principal, has been a San Diego landscape designer
for the past ten years. Find out more at www.sageoutdoordesigns.com