Use mulch on all your plants

Mulch is very beneficial for water conservation, and your plants. It acts like an insulator for the ground, holding in water and preventing evaporation. This...

Store and Reuse Water

Many people run water in the shower to let it get hot before they get in. Why not put that water to use? If you water plants throughout your home manually, you...

Use drought tolerant plants

Most people know that some plants require more water than others. If your adding plants to your landscape, consider selecting more drought tolerant plants. They...

Turn off water when your not using it

It seems simple, turn off water when your not using it. But many people habitually waste water as part of their routine, things like running water while you...

Limit your Turf Area

Watering your lawn is the most water consuming part of your landscape, and everybody wants a nice, green lawn. But maybe take a moment and think, “does every...

It’s hard to argue that water conservation isn’t important. It’s one of the world’s most precious resources, and it’s important to do your part to not...

CONIFEROUS VS. DECIDUOUS

What are the key differences between coniferous trees and deciduous trees? One of the most obvious differences is that conifers grow needles and deciduous grow...

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN COMPOST

Composting is certainly catching on these days, and it’s easy to see why. First of all, it reduces the amount of waste produced. A large part of the garbage...

5 WATER CONSERVATION TIPS YOU NEED TO KNOW

It’s hard to argue that water conservation isn’t important. It’s one of the world’s most precious resources, and it’s important to do your part to not...

BENEFITS OF MULCH

Mulch can be very beneficial to your landscape design, it can be a cheaper and greener alternative to a traditional lawn. Let’s take a look at what mulching...
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