Drought Tolerant Designs and Plants
MODERN LANDSCAPE DESIGNLandscape design is usually thought of as having two major parts: hardscape (the nonliving elements, such as pavers and paths and fences) and softscape (the living elements, like flowers and trees).
WHEN DESIGNING A LANDSCAPE, WE NEED TO CONSIDER
- Evaluate the site's sun exposure, soil type, drainage, and existing vegetation
- Determine the appropriate drought-tolerant plants for the area
- Create a landscape plan that incorporates drought-tolerant plants and design elements
- Incorporate features such as mulch beds, rock gardens, and xeriscaping to minimize water usage
Preparing the Site
- Clear and level the area
- Remove any existing vegetation and debris
- Improve the soil with organic matter and amend as necessary
- Monitoring the plants for pests and diseases
- Plant the drought-tolerant plants in the prepared beds
- Incorporate additional design elements, such as rocks, mulch, and hardscaping
- Install an efficient irrigation system that delivers water to the plants as needed
- Incorporate drought-tolerant irrigation techniques, such as drip irrigation or a soaker hose
- Prune plants as necessary
- Adjust irrigation to ensure plants are getting the right amount of water
- Mulch to retain moisture and suppress weeds
- Inspecting for any damage or wear and taking action as needed.
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