We didn't really want to go full xeriscape
in the front yard because we still wanted to keep a Texas look and not an Arizona look," Roebuck said.
est une approche contemporaine d'entretien paysager: <<xeros>> qui tire son origine du Grec signifie <<sec>> alors que <<scape>> d'origine Anglo-saxon, fait reference a <<la vue>>.
Figure 5 shows how homeowners responded when asked if cost was a prohibitive factor in considering whether or not to adopt Xeriscape
Although the legislation now made it impermissible for a deed restriction or covenant entered after October 1, 2001, to prohibit any property owner from implementing Xeriscape
or Florida-friendly landscape on his or her land, there was not enough political will to pass a retroactive application of the statute.
The city offers a number of publications to assist customers in converting from grass to xeriscape
Unlike some xeriscapes
, Fairway Crossings is not all rock and cacti.
is a trademarked term, spelled with a capital X, and pronounced zeer-escape.
The concept of Xeriscape
is based on seven primary principles: planning and design; limiting turf areas; selecting and zoning plants appropriately; improving the soil; using mulches; irrigating efficiently and performing appropriate maintenance.
For her water-conscious design, Peck received a Xeriscape
merit award from the Excellence in Landscape competition sponsored by the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado.
What are elements of a xeriscape
that help save water?
The word xeriscape
(pronounced ZEE-ruh-scape) was first used in 1981 to encourage designers, homeowners, and others to develop landscaped areas that require 50% less water without sacrificing beauty and usefulness.
One example is xeriscape
, a concept defined as "quality landscaping that conserves water and protects the environment.