Terry LeBlanc designed her Victoria, British Columbia, garden especially for wildlife. “I love all the birds flittering around,” she says. “They’re especially active in the morning.” That’s also when sunlight filters through a canopy of ancient oaks onto a satellite patio. A table for two sits atop slate pavers interplanted with grass, while clematis sprawls over the adjacent shed. The space is especially peaceful at daybreak, when the air is filled with birdsong.