In drier, arid regions, xeriscaping is a highly beneficial lawn alternative to consider. With the use of drought-resistant plants and prioritizing water efficiency through smart irrigation techniques, xeriscaping helps homeowners conserve water significantly. As a sustainable practice, it helps reduce water consumption, which eventually lowers utility bills, and also minimizes the need for chemical fertilizers and pesticides, promoting a healthier landscape.
Xeriscaped gardens create visually unique and beautiful, low-maintenance outdoor space that thrives in the challenging climate of arid regions.
Consider natural rocks and boulders for their timeless beauty and dynamic shapes
Using plants like shrubs, succulents, cacti, trees and more can provide vibrant colors and textures to your landscape
To get more inspiration, head to thinkwaterpositive.com or download one of five free Greenprints, available for free via iScape, that I created to inspire homeowners to implement the designs in their own homes. Each Greenprint is based on one of five distinct regions within the U.S. and comes with an easily identifiable planting list, so you can match the design to your individual landscape and environment.