One of the easiest ways to reduce your water use on the landscape is to consider alternatives to the traditional lawn.
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A well-designed landscape is a balance: of size, shape, colour and texture. Repeating groups of similar plants throughout the garden creates a sense of continuity and will be more pleasing to your eye.
Whether planning a small condo patio or a large acreage, a renovation to an inherited space or the blank slate that comes with a new build, planning your garden is paramount.
This is the second in a pair of blog articles on hedge choices for the Okanagan. This article will address non-native options.
There are many alternatives to the ubiquitous water loving cedar hedge. This entry suggests some native plant choices.
Once established, living mulches will provide a maintenance-saving ground cover for years without needing to be ‘topped up’ every spring