D&L Landscaping, Inc. would be happy to schedule a time to discuss your water conservation needs. The importance of maintaining and adding irrigation systems is key to your water conservation. We can help by adding drip lines to flower and vegetable gardens, making sure your current system is effectively watering your lawn with no run-off or leaks. Schedule your consultation today.
A 12-month growing season for flowers and plants in Texas means that your garden can be in bloom anytime. With these easy gardening tips, you can keep spots of color going all year long around your Central Texas home.
Spread the word- Mulch
The use of mulch- A protective ground cover that reduces evaporation of soil moisture, helps maintain uniform soil temperature, reduces soil erosion, controls weeds, and in some case of organic mulches, enriches the soil. Removing weeds and applying mulch help conserve water by directing it to plants that you want to protect. 3-4 inches of mulch should be maintained around plants and trees. Mulch around trees should be applied in a V shape.
Lawns don't waste water, people do!
You don't have to give up your aesthetically pleasing lawn to conserve water. It is important as a homeowner to enjoy your lawn even with your concern about water conservation. Lawns don't waste water, people do. Lawns benefit the environment by harvesting water to recharge ground water resources. Moreover, turfgrass entraps organic pollutants, protects soil from erosion, reduces climatic temperature, and protects structures from fire by making a noncombustible green zone. But, it's the strategic planning of the lawn and landscape plants and watering practices that make the difference between waste and conservation.
D&L Landscaping, Inc. knows that landscaping is more than planting flowers. We work with our clients to craft the perfect spaces for their needs.
D&L Landscaping, Inc. | 171 Baker Ln. Leander, TX 78641 | 512.260.1528