Brookfield Sustainable Landscape Design Company

  • Native Plants

    Edible Landscaping

    Green Company Practices

  • Rain Gardens

    Water Features

    Rain Water Harvesting Systems

  • Restoration

    Water Conservation

    Invasive Species Control

In Wisconsin, “survival of the fittest” weighs in to plant selection. We encourage the use of plants indigenous to our hardy zone to offer you the following benefits:

  • Deep root systems provide hardiness during temperature fluctuations  
  • Less watering 
  • Reduce maintenance time
  • Lower maintenance costs 
  • Encourage diverse ecosystem by providing habitat and food sources for birds, wildlife, insects, butterflies and bees, all helpful pollinators
honeybee on native flower

Beneficial Plants

Attract pollinators to your garden
  • Fruiting trees, shrubs and berry vines produce high volumes of fruit with minimal care
  • Vegetables and herbs integrated into raised beds and throughout the landscape
  • Compost bin and composting systems to reduce landfill waste and create organic fertilizer
  • Increases independence from outside food sources; save money at the grocery store!
american bittersweet berries

Attract Birds

Grow native food sources
  • Rain harvesting systems (e.g. rain gardens and rain barrels)
  • Channeling water runoff to hydrate plants and restore local aquifers.
  • For more information about our water conservation practices, click here.
backyard water garden

Water Garden

Enjoy aquatic nature in your backyard
  • On-site recycling
  • Use of recycled materials and existing resources on property when possible
  • Efforts to buy and use local (e.g. Lannon stone, local nursery stock)
piled up landscape stones

Locally Sourced