Rabbits can wipe out plantings overnight with their incessant munching. This bunny is a marsh rabbit, native to the East Coast. It’s not likely to cause garden damage unless you garden near bodies of water, the types of areas it prefers to nest.
Located just outside of Charleston, S.C., this beautiful beach house features a front lawn defined by native sweetgrass and dwarf papyrus. These plants not only soften the home's exterior, but also evoke the texture and movement of the marsh in the distance.
As seen on HGTV's Vacation House for Free, Matt and his team created a relaxing oasis for these homeowners with a back deck that overlooks the marsh and the lake beyond it. The succulents and other plants in the large planters help to add the feeling of a luxury escape.
Tucked into the center of the home is a custom Ipe deck with stunning views of the marsh beyond. A sleek swimming pool complements the modern space and invites the owners to cool off on a particularly hot day.
Surrounded by freshwater and marsh on all sides, this industrial home in Northumberland County, Va., becomes a secluded retreat from the city. Large boulders layer the landscape and protect the home from potential wakes.
This great room includes French doors which allow for a wide view of the marshland. Plaid drapes adorn the glass doors and accentuate the design of the room. Furnishings in the great room channel the marshland with green throw pillows and a club chair.
Kick back on this cushy sofa and soak up the stunning marsh views just beyond the almost floor-to-ceiling windows and double doors. A window seat awaits the avid bird watcher, or step just outside onto the spacious deck.
Picturesquely situated on the edge of the marsh, this home's living room features double doors that slide back to allow access to a deck. Inside, a soothing neutral palette elegantly complements the landscape outside.
The range centered between two windows is the visual focal point in this kitchen. Windows look out onto a pretty marsh. The marsh's gray-greens are brought into the room via the stone floor and cabinetry.
Established in 1931, St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge spans over 70,000 acres across Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor counties. It consists of coastal marshes, islands, tidal creeks and estuaries of seven Florida rivers and is home to a diverse community of plant and animal life. The St. Marks Lighthouse, which was built in 1842, is still in use today.