Creating the ideal xeriscape for your property
Xeriscaping is often misunderstood as a dry, desert-like landscape design strategy, when in reality it can offer a beautiful, lush, and environmentally beneficial alternative to traditional plantings. As our region continues to experience drought conditions during parts of the year, water conservation remains a high priority when creating a new landscape design. Xeriscaping begins with a thoughtfully imagined plan for a chosen area of your property that factors in water resources, soil condition, slope, and the amount of sun or shade available. Our experts will choose native plants that are well-adapted to these factors, along with their drought tolerance and year round aesthetic appeal. Often, the addition of low maintenance wildflowers will complete the space while providing a welcome oasis for our valuable pollinators. A thick layer of mulch further conserves moisture, reduces weed growth, and enhances the overall appearance of your new landscape. The overarching goal of this approach is to create areas of your property that are as self-sufficient and sustainable as possible, while adding an attractive setting of natural wonder.
Organic strategies for your new xeriscape