An Interview with Brandon Druffel, Registered Landscape Architect (RLA)
Every time we talk about improving a landscape people request a low maintenance planting. Really people are asking for no maintenance plants, but the patent is still pending on those! We get it, life is busy and the last thing you want to do is create more work for yourself. Since there is no such … Continued
SPRING – Fall under 80 degrees F (cloudy): Water 1 – 2 times a day making sure not to miss any areas. SPRING – Fall under 80 degrees F (full sun): Water 3 – 5 times a day moving the sprinklers often (20-40 minutes in each area). SUMMER – over 80 degrees F: Keep water … Continued
In addition to watering, your new landscape will require on-going care and maintenance. Every plants needs are different, but routine maintenance will always be needed. This is a general outline of what is needed to keep your landscape healthy and looking good.
Now that you have invested in a new landscape, it is important to protect your investment through proper landscape watering practices. Plants prefer infrequent deep watering to saturate the entire rootball. This will encourage the roots to grow deeply. If you only water at the surface the roots will only grow at the surface allowing … Continued