Xeriscape

Xeriscape

Sustainable and environmentally friendly, the Xeriscape landscape saves water, time and money.

Sustainable and environmentally friendly, the Xeriscape landscape saves water, time and money.

Xeriscape (8)

Carmel Creeper - Ceanothus griseus horizontalis Diamond Heights

Carmel Creeper

Ceanothus griseus horizontalis Diamond Heights

From $16.00

Creeping Myporum - Myoporum parvofolium Puta Creek

Creeping Myporum

Myoporum parvofolium Puta Creek

From $6.75

Mexican Grass Tree - Dasylirion Longissimum

Mexican Grass Tree

Dasylirion Longissimum

From $42.95

Lion's Tail - leonotis leonurus

Lion's Tail

leonotis leonurus

From $24.95

Texas Ranger - Leucophyllum frutescens

Texas Ranger

Leucophyllum frutescens

From $25.00

Little River Wattle - Acacia cognate 'Cousin It'

Little River Wattle

Acacia cognate 'Cousin It'

From $37.95

Blue Jeans Mountain Lilac - Ceanothus 'Blue Jeans'

Blue Jeans Mountain Lilac

Ceanothus 'Blue Jeans'

From $45.00

Baccharis pilularis 'Pigeon Point' - Dwarf Coyote Brush

From $7.00

Xeriscape: Xeriscaping refers to a type of landscape design that requires little to no supplemental water for plants to thrive. This is an incredibly important landscape concept especially in more arid climates, or areas where water usage is more restricted. For these areas, Xeriscaping is a great landscaping practice that not only helps the local environment, but saves money by greatly reducing water usage. These drought-tolerant landscapes don’t have to look sparse or ‘desert-like’; in fact they can be very lush and attractive. Some of the more popular plants used in Xeriscaping are various varieties of Sage, Desert Museum Palo Verde, Agave, Lobelia, Deer Grass, Acacia, Mexican Bird of Paradise, Opuntia, Hopseed, Crown of Thorns, Germander , and many others. If you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !

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Xeriscape: Xeriscaping refers to a type of landscape design that requires little to no supplemental water for plants to thrive. This is an incredibly important landscape concept especially in more arid climates, or areas where water usage is more restricted. For these areas, Xeriscaping is a great landscaping practice that not only helps the local environment, but saves money by greatly reducing water usage. These drought-tolerant landscapes don’t have to look sparse or ‘desert-like’; in fact they can be very lush and attractive. Some of the more popular plants used in Xeriscaping are various varieties of Sage, Desert Museum Palo Verde, Agave, Lobelia, Deer Grass, Acacia, Mexican Bird of Paradise, Opuntia, Hopseed, Crown of Thorns, Germander , and many others. If you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !