helps extend water supply. When water use is restricted, inefficient water-thirsty landscapes suffer first. Protect your landscape investment by drought-proofing it. Place your trees, shrubs and perennials in beds that can be effectively watered by drip irrigation.
Drip irrigation promotes healthy plant growth using the right amount of water versus drowning them by turf sprays
. Water districts not only restrict the irrigation of turf during drought but
also allow proper drip irrigation of trees and plants to protect our urban forests.
Water your lawn separately from your beds and water when needed. Adjust your irrigation clocks during cooler times of the year and use rain sensors to prevent over watering when mother nature is at work.
Proper selection of plants that thrive in our soils and the conditions that occur in your landscape (micro climates) provide you with year round color and interest without wasting water and without all the fuss creating lower maintenance landscapes.
The use of patios, decks, seating areas, walkways, and even water features that promote pollinator and provide wildlife habitat are all considered xeriscape
elements and increase the functionality, enjoyment and circulation of your landscape.
principles you'll find your maintenance decreases by measurable hours compared to a traditional landscape. Mowing is easier, plants are healthier, and weeds are reduced. Other beneficial factors include lower water bill, a sustainable landscape that provides year round color and interest, and free time to enjoy your landscape and all the outdoor activities Colorado provides.