The Water-Energy Connection

Instead of using turf and grass in a state such as Arizona or California, drought-resistant plants are planted in groups according to water needs in order to utilize irrigation methods efficiently.

In addition, plant placement is based on the optimal amount of sun exposure.

Facilities that use this type of landscaping can expect to save a considerable amount of money on maintenance, water use and electricity.

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