I want a low maintenance landscape. How do I do that?
December 2nd, 2015 by gardens_admin
First, get a plan done by an experienced designer in whom you have trust. Secondly, keep turf areas to a minimum. Typically, grass takes the most time and money in terms of labor and materials. Lastly, pay careful attention to the mature aspects of any plant and make sure that what it will look like in a few years will fit the space into which it is to be introduced. Generally speaking, a newly planted landscape should look a bit ‘thin’ in order to accommodate future growth.