Water is a precious commodity in Utah. During the summer moths we have a limited supply and it can be very expensive. But you don’t have to sacrifice beauty for conservation.
We can design a space that will fit all of your wants and needs as well as converse water and your money.
Limit turf area:
A lawn is the single largest user of water in the landscape. Only use turf where it serves a purpose, like play or entertainment. Replace all non-essential turf with ground cover, mulch or decorative rock.
Put plants in the right places:
Select low water use plants, Utah natives are a great choice. For ease of irrigation, group plants together. Limit the use of Orientals that require frequent irrigation.
A thick layer of mulch acts as insulation for the soil, which reduces evaporation and maintains soil temperatures. Mulch also helps reduce weed growth.
All of these and more can be found at Landscape Supply of Utah.
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