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Utah State University Extension recently released “Combinations for Conservation.” The landscaping book provides examples of plant combinations that have been successful in low-water gardens throughout the Intermountain West.
Angela Connelly saved to Xeriscaping
WaterWise Landscapes Incorporated, Founded and owned by Hunter Ten Broeck in 1993, designs, builds and maintains xeric, drought tolerant, native landscapes for residences and businesses throughout Albuquerque and the central New Mexico region.
Kelsea Seibert saved to Gardening
The watershed approach to landscaping allows us to change "ornamental" landscapes into multi-benefit environmental solutions.
Whoever said that drought-tolerant plants are dull might change their minds if they spot Echiums, also know as Pride of Madeira, blooming this month. The plant’s oversized purple and sometime…
Mommomason saved to purple garden
Professional Landscaping. This gallery shows examples of our landscaping work. Imagine what we can do for your garden!
Lorraine Di Pietro saved to GARDEN
Nella foto gallery troverai alcune idee da cui trarre ispirazione per realizzare un giardino roccioso. Ovviamente tutto dipenderà dallo stile che vuoi adottare
Fabio Cascio saved to Garden / Plant
Create a landscape that doesn’t overuse water! Whether you are living in a state that doesn’t get a lot of rain, or are simply trying to be more environmentally conscious, xeriscaping (creating a low-water landscape) is a great way to achieve a drought-resistant yard or garden. Use various methods to conserve water, such as choosing native plants, using mulch, implementing hydrozoning, and more! Plus, check out our handy checklist to make sure you’re on the right path.
Grow these water-wise plants in place of traditional turf grass #smartgardening #lawn #GardenGateMagazine
Garden Gate Magazine saved to Smart Gardening
Learn how to grow and care for catmint plants. This easy-to-grow, drought-tolerant perennial blooms for months. Catmint is perfect for containers, borders, herb gardens, and pollinator gardens. Discover the different types of catmint including Walkers Low and Junior Walker, and also Nepeta cataria (catnip).
Jaluv Bartley saved to Landscape