Xeriscaping

Xeriscaping is the practice of designing landscapes to reduce or eliminate the need for irrigation. Landscaping with minimal use of water saves you time and money. Homes and businesses in desert climates, such as Arizona, use rocks, stones, pavers, and artificial turf in xeriscaping projects. This type of landscaping is gaining acceptance in other regions as access to irrigation water is becoming limited, though it is not limited to such climates. Xeriscaping is an alternative to various types of traditional gardening.

Conserve Water by Xeriscaping

A common element in xeriscape landscaping is the reduction of lawn grass areas. Lawn grass is often one of the worst offenders against water conservation. Another widespread tactic is the deployment of native plants since they are adapted to the local climate and consequently require less human-supplied water. Contact Us HERE.

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Diagram Your Yard

Start with a custom, on-site consultation and assessment.  Arizona’s Greenest Grass professional will establish a plan for your yard that is based on your budget, timeline, needs, and objectives. We thoroughly assess the area for soil and topography challenges. We create a landscape that is perfectly suited for you and your personal environment.

When xeriscaping, we take a note of the size and shape of your yard. Our design team draws out a diagram. This allows you to visually see them before we start the work. This preparation will help you as a homeowner understand where to place different pavers or other stones such as travertine.

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