If you live in the southwest US, you face some unique challenges to having a well-manicured yard. Here are a few dos and don’ts to help you have an attractive landscape, even under drought conditions.Read More
California is always on a mission to save water, especially during the dry summer months. That’s why a 55-gallon restriction on indoor water use is being encouraged. Now outdoors is a totally different story. You want your yard to look nice, right? Doesn’t that take a lot of water? It doesn’t have to!Read More
If you want to save money on your water bill and be able to water your landscape during the dry season when watering hours are limited, you may want to consider harvesting rainwater. During a rain, your plants will enjoy the moisture they are able to soak up. However, much of what falls will simply run off. Tree, shrub, and grass roots simply can’t soak it all up fast enough (although plants that are native to dry climates are better at it).
Here are a few tips for developing your own rainwater harvesting system at home. You may be surprised how simple it can be.Read More
Whether a shopping mall, an apartment complex, or an industrial factory, environmentally friendly landscaping practices may not be your company’s first thought, but it is something important to consider. Why? Here are a few reasons you want to think about the environment when landscaping your property.Read More