You may have heard of the term, regenerative landscapes, but are they right for you? The idea is to use native plants in a way that allows them to thrive as they would in their natural environment. With the right combination of plants, your regenerative landscape can keep diseases from spreading while shutting out invasive weeds, reducing the need for pesticides and water. Read on to learn how and why you might bring regenerative landscaping to your property.
Regenerative landscapes are those that restore the environment and encourage long-term sustainability, increased biodiversity and enhanced resilience. A well-designed regenerative landscape can also complement your property, reduce your water and maintenance costs and create seamless, yet visually pleasing, harmony with surrounding natural open spaces.
Some of the benefits regenerative landscapes deliver include:
Regenerative Landscape Checklist
There are many things to consider before planting a regenerative landscape. This checklist can help you get started.
For more information, see our three-year timeline and maintenance schedule for a typical regenerative landscapes.