Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy
THE CHALLENGE Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy Mercer University in Macon, Georgia has a strong academic reputation that dates back to 1833. University officials know that the first impression that beautiful campus grounds provide mean just as much as a strong academic program when it comes to keeping enrollment high.
Water Management enhancements that save time, money and natural resources
THE CHALLENGE A Water and Labor-Intensive Landscape In Need of Change Colorado's OmniPark Metropolitan District needed help. They were trying to keep up a landscape that was requiring large amounts of water and labor hours to maintain. The property in question included two 14 ft.-wide medians planted primarily with Kentucky Blue Grass and an inefficient spray-head irrigation system.
Smart Alternatives for Water-Thirsty Turf
Turf has been a go-to option for many areas on a property, whether it serves a functional benefit or not. However, with water costs on the rise and higher expectations for outdoor environments by end-users, these grassy spaces are turning over. In fact, finding the right places where turf conversions makes sense not only saves water, but may also decrease your long-term maintenance costs.