If you live in Southern California, having a drought is not common. They probably happen every other month, and isn’t a huge shock to most of California’s residents. Because Southern California’s weather is so inconsistent, with many different weather changes almost weekly, we can never predict the type of weather we will get next. One day it can be hot and sunny, and the other cloudy and raining. Because of this inconsistency, we are constantly at battle with the droughts. It is crucial for our residents to save water to help our environment. Many people have already persisted and taken this action in account for, and our goal at Green Pros is to continue to change each home to be more efficient.
Wise water landscaping is a crucial element for Southern California’s residents. With these techniques, we may not face a drought ever again, as long as people continue to conserve water. Our water is a very valuable aspect to our environment, and we have to help it continue to strive. By switching your home to drought tolerant landscaping, we can not only save our environment from dying out, but we can save ourselves money, benefiting us both.
Types Of Drought Tolerant Landscaping
For the biggest way to conserve water, taking our your current grass and switching to artificial turf is a great way to begin. Green Pros team of professionals are experts in artificial turf installations. By having fake grass, your lawn will not only always look impeccable and in top shape, but require little to no maintenance, and no water. This will save you tons of money on your water bills, and save water for our environment. The next way to have wise water landscaping in your home is by switching out your current plants with drought tolerant ones. Green Pros has a wide selection of different plants, that don’t need very much water to survive. They can get water naturally or even from occasional rainfall. There are also other plants and alternatives that do not need any water at all. Some plants include Lantana flowers, Dark flax water, Mexican bush sage, and much more. You can also install things like mulch and rocks to add decoration, that do not need any watering. Rocks can add a lot of attracting to your home, and you can cover up spaces that you do not want to be seen. Instead of soil, you can place mulch as an alternative. Green Pros offers a wide variety of different types of mulch and rocks.
You must start to conserve water, because our drought is getting very severe. This will help our environment tremendously, as well as help your wallet. Make the switch today- call us for a free consultation!