Southern California can be one of the most complicated areas to do landscape maintenance in because its limited access to water often makes landscaping in places like Rancho Santa Fe very expensive. Luckily there are a lot of things that you can still do to have a beautiful yard without breaking the bank, but it will take some adjustments. Here are our landscape maintenance suggestions for Rancho Santa Fe and the surrounding areas.
Eliminate the need for water
Zeroscaping and other methods of landscaping design will both cut back on how much landscaping maintenance you need to keep up with and how much water and resources you use overall. Instead of planting grass, opt for something like gravel or a rock work design that will cut back on how much of the resources you use overall.
Planting trees that use little water, like palm trees, will also cut back on how often you need to nourish your plants. Planting flowers or tropical bushes can add a lot to the amount of water you need to use to keep up with your garden, so look for plants that can stand the heat in a desert climate like cactus and other desert trees.
Think of it as living space
Your landscaping is part of your living space and should be treated as such. When you’re looking at doing landscaping maintenance to your Rancho Santa Fe home, think about how you’re going to use the space once it’s been maintained. A maintenance team can help you keep things looking good, but they can also make recommendations on how to maximize the benefits of your living space so that you can get the most out of it.
Nature’s Design Landscaping can help you get the most out of your outdoor living or business space by maintaining your property and making suggestions on how to improve it as you go. If you want a complete redesign, Nature’s Design can also assist in making that a reality as well by working with you to come up with a plan to create the outdoor space you’ve always dreamed of.