Resources for Designing and Installing a Rain Garden
or a Bay Friendly Yard
Partial List of Native Plant/Rain garden designers:
Please click here for a complete list of all landscapers who have completed the Montgomery County training course. Please check all references of service providers.
Below is a list of landscapers who specialize designing for watershed stewardship.
Yolanda Del Buono (Yoli)
phone: (240) 506-6914
Rain Garden Design and Installation
Student at the GWU in Landscape Design Master’s program.
Carol Foster Hall
Rain Garden Design; advice on plant selections.
Site Evaluation; Rain Garden Design; help with identifyng contractors/ volunteers; and with arranging for DEP-provided soil and plants.
Rain Garden Design; connections with other landscaping experts and contracting firms.
Site Evaluation; Rain Garden Design; Arranging for soil and plants. Student in the GWU landscape design Master’s program.
Rain garden design through her firm, naturalresourcesdesign.com.
Jenny and her partner, Lauren Wheeler, work with homeowners, the City of Takoma Park, and the District Department of the Environment designing and implementing LID practices such aspervious paving, raingardens, bio- swales and cisterns.
Municipal Programs for Inspiration!
Green Streets Programs Across the Nation
Federal Green Highways Partnership: