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Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy
Outsourcing landscape management significantly improved the look of Mercer's campus, contributing to increased enrollment while also reducing costs. While many factors play into enrollment, first impressions matter and landscaping plays a vital role. Mercer University enrolled the largest freshman class ever in 2013 and has increased total enrollment by 10.6 percent over the last five years.
Three Reasons to Use Drought-Tolerant or Native Plants
Choosing the right plants for the right place is one of the most important considerations for all types of landscaping. Careful planning and completing a thorough evaluation of your landscape is an important first step when designing a new space. Drought-tolerant and native plants can help you avoid a costly landscape which looks unhealthy.
July is Smart Irrigation Month
July is the perfect time to take stock of your water use and see what changes can save you time and money. Smart Irrigation Month promotes the social, economic, and environmental benefits of efficient irrigation techniques in your landscapes. BrightView can help with irrigation analysis, are up-to-date on the latest irrigation technology, and with sustainable enhancements.
Water Management Enhancements To Save Time, Money, Natural Resources
The OmniPark Metropolitan District couldn't keep up with the water-thirsty landscape and hours of maintenance needed and turned to BrightView. The new low-water landscape and replaced irrigation system helped save 250,000 gallons of water within the first two months.