landscape irrigation

How to provide a healthy and beautiful landscape while reducing water use

Did you know you can save water, but also reduce costs by switching to smart irrigation controllers? In irrigation, water usage can be reduced by 20-33 percent by optimizing heads and switching to new smart controllers. By doing so, you can make the most quantifiable ROI with simple additions or eliminations to your current system. This system has built-in saving features that adjust to the weather conditions.

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Outdoor spaces, landscaping

What do you look for when considering landscape enhancements for your commercial landscape?

Each site has its own unique landscape environment, with various soil and shade conditions. For this reason, your landscape management service provider should give you the best recommendations for your commercial site to utilize native plants, perennials, disease-free and hardy plants to increase the sustainability of your commercial landscape.

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self watering planters

Self watering planters- simple, effective and colorful cost savers

If you are looking for a way to add color to your commercial property, particularly at entries, plazas and courtyards; planters can be the right solution to add vibrant color to these hardscape areas. Some facility managers have held back on these visual accents due to the cost of watering, either by the facility team or service provider.

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Perennials, spring

Perennials – right for your commercial property?

Perennials can be successfully used to offer more landscaping choices to your commercial property. They can also set you apart from the competition and create a higher position for your site’s curb appeal. For this reason, it is better to contact the right provider for your landscape, and someone who understands the proper use of perennials.

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