Nature Starts at Your Back Door. Your yard, our parks, school yards and other community green space are vital to the world’s ecosystem. Living landscapes, including a balanced mix of climate-appropriate grass, trees, shrubs and flowering plants, contribute to the health and well-being of people, pets and wildlife. Landscaping isn’t just for beauty. It is a wildlife habitat, a stress-reliever, recreational space, and an outdoor living area.

Home Habitat. Why Do We Need Yards, Anyway?

The American yard has been getting a bad rap recently, especially in California where the drought is serious business. Californians have been told to reduce water consumption by 25 percent and could face fines of up to $10,000 per day for wasting water. The...

Landscapes & Home Investment

Buying or selling a home? Landscaping contributes to your home’s worth, as well as your family’s well-being. Your yard is the first impression of your home that potential buyers will see. Beautiful landscaping can increase home value by as much as 17 percent. In a...

How to Have a Lawn in a Drought

Despite the drought in California and other dry climates, there are options for managed landscapes that do not include ripping out your lawn. In fact, deadening landscapes with rocks, mulch, pavement, hardscapes and plastic grass actually creates more environmental...

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