Lowering Water Usage | Satori Garden Design
4
archive,category,category-lowering-water-usage,category-4,animsition,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,select-theme-ver-4.7,smooth_scroll,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.7,vc_responsive

A lawn for our ever-parched climate

[caption id="attachment_1112" align="alignleft" width="300"] UC Buffalo Grass[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1113" align="alignleft" width="300"] Native Bentgrass[/caption] Recently there's been much "ado" about the drought but if you've been a Californian all your life it can seem that we've been in a perpetual drought.  We've been supporting a non-sustainable model for...

1
0

Lush but not Thirsty

It's hard to believe but this backyard landscape will actually save my client over 17,000 gallons a year. Why?  We removed 800+ sq. ft. of thirsty traditional turf and replaced it with a lovely covered seating area and firepit, climate appropriate plantings (Correa, Heuchera, Grevillea,...

0
0

It’s freakin’ fecund!

My client and friend actually blurted "it's freakin' fecund!" when I was at her house taking photos of her garden.  I think her description is very spot on given the fact that when these photos were taken the garden was in for just 5 months! ...

0
0

Where did all the green carpet come from?

[caption id="attachment_31" align="alignleft" width="413" caption="Carex pansa lawn"][/caption] Lawns have become such a permanent fixture in our collective psyche that it's hard to imagine a time when everyone didn't have their plot of green.  We can thank the wealthy, well traveled Americans in the early 1900's who...

0
0