BayScapes Garden

A BayScapes garden uses native plants that are adapted to survive in the soil and climate. Planting a BayScapes garden reduces the amount of fertilizers and pesticides that flow into the James River and the Chesapeake Bay. As an added bonus, the garden provides a habitat for birds and insects.

Our BayScapes garden uses plants native to the area and it needs less water, pesticides, fertilizer and mowing than a traditional garden - and is part of our ongoing Rainkeepers Initiative.