If you are looking for drought tolerant or drought resistant landscaping ideas, we have years of experience working with property owners to conserve water without compromising curb appeal or aesthetics.
Drought tolerant landscaping isn’t just a fad meant to curb the drought in California, it’s a landscape design that’s been around for decades. Drought tolerant landscaping does not need to be cactus and rocks as there are plenty of California natives and California friendly plants that are colorful and beautiful year-round.
Low-maintenance drought tolerant landscaping doesn’t have to be a sea of brown or grey. Adequate watering for the first couple of months after the planting is necessary.
Native and California friendly plants are not only attractive and water wise, they also restore biodiversity by providing habitat, attracting beneficial insects, birds and butterflies. Most of our drought tolerant landscape design ideas incorporate drought friendly or drought tolerant trees, plants and landscaping that are very beautiful. Mediterranean gardens fit nicely in the quest for drought tolerant landscaping because the gardens are adapted to, again, wet winters and hot, dry summers.
Desert landscaping or drought tolerant landscaping, also known as xeriscaping and water-friendly landscaping in some areas. Xeriscaping and desert landscaping has the focus on minimum water usage for drought tolerant or drought resistant plants. All over California and the western portion of the United States, homeowners are facing challenges in keeping their properties looking decent during the current drought.
Bioswales are landscape elements designed to remove silt and pollution from surface runoff water. They consist of a swale drainage course with gently sloped sides (less than six percent) and filled with vegetation, compost and/or riprap.
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Our team members have experience and horticultural backgrounds, and we will all be familiar with your unique landscape needs.
We have all necessary licenses and insurance for all of our projects. Larger construction projects require special licenses and certifications, and our construction division has multiple licenses and certifications. We also partner with specialist in the construction industry that we have a long history of working with in the event that a specialized trade is required.
We can do all kinds of landscaping, but our specialty is in mixing non-native and native plants to make a landscape that meets your needs and fits the ecology of our area.