Do You Need A Structured Agronomic Plan?
Just like we humans do our best to take care of our bodies to ward off disease and illness, agronomic plans work in much of the same way for your landscape. If you’re not familiar with an agronomic plan, not to worry. We’re going to break it down for you.
Make Your Landscape Fire-Resistant
A fire-resistant landscape isn’t necessarily the same thing as a well-maintained property. This type of landscape uses fire-resistant plants that are strategically planted to resist the spread of fire to your property. Fire resistant plants are great in California because they are often drought tolerant, too.
Get Weeds Under Control
Weeds are like the landscape equivalent of party crashers. You didn't invite them, so why do they keep showing up? We'll let you in on a little secret that will help keep them out of your landscape and end the frustration for good. It's called integrated weed management.
Ground Covers: Enhancing Commercial Landscapes
Ground cover plants provide a cost-effective means to cover the soil, creating interest, and finishing the design look of any landscape. These dependable and hardworking plants come in a wide variety of color and texture choices and solve a variety of landscaping challenges.
How to Combat Those Pesky Pests
Your landscape should be a place of beauty and not a feeding ground for insects and diseases. When designing your landscape, take into consideration your locale, seasonal climate conditions, prevalent insects, and pests when choosing which plantings will flourish and the best mulch options to protect them.