Featured in Today’s Denver Post
Did you see today’s Denver Post (denverpost.com)? There is a wonderful story written by Colleen O’Connell and photography by Karl Gehring that you can view at: http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_20737164/recession-last-drought-help-water-conservation-gain-colorado?IADID=Search-www.denverpost.com-www.denverpost.com
This article talks about the topic of water conservation and the importance of Xeriscaping in your garden. The following is an excerpt of the article:
Phil Steinhauer, president of Designscapes Colorado, has noticed a shift in things such as size and function.
“I remember 10 years ago, everyone wanted lots of grass,” he said. “I very rarely hear anyone say that now. They want a nice, usable yard, with a nice patio and maybe a firepit.”
Horticultural innovations also have resulted in plants that are both colorful and drought-tolerant, such as the fragrant, hot-pink Ruby Voodoo rose chosen by Plant Select this year.
“There was a misconception that Xeriscape plants were only yucca or other dry-land plants,” said Steinhauer. “People want plants that look good and fit into residential landscapes.”
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