One sustainable landscaping practice is Mulching. It’s a pretty common service that most landscapers perform on the regular basis. They apply two inches of fresh mulch to the bed, year after year, whether it’s needed or not; that becomes a problem. That is what happened to one of our clients, Tartan Lakes in Westmont Illinois. READ MORE
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1. Reduce water usage
By using a smart irrigation controller and only watering when the landscape needs it.