No-Fuss Landscaping

Managing city parks can sometimes seem like choreographing a circus performance. Each day involves juggling personnel and fiscal resources; balancing visitor expectations against budget constraints; and walking an environmental tightrope. When it comes to landscaping, park managers also face the same general challenges: • Fiscally responsible water use • Rising costs for maintenance • Soil and water contamination from fertilizer and pesticide applications • Competition for available resources • Dwindling finances • Shrinking landfill capacity. The Texas AgriLife Extension Service …


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One comment on “No-Fuss Landscaping

  1. garden design sydney on said:

    The major factor in garden landscaping is that the ecology of the site also should be analyzed with care, since it is vital in determining the design. The second thing to consider is observing and analyzing the lifestyle of the people who will be using the space. This will include their desires and how much space each of their activities requires. You shared good stuff to enhance the knowledge about garden landscaping.

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