If you’ve got plans to add to your landscaping this spring, we’ve got two words for you: go native. Beyond the “feel good by doing a good thing” notion, there are tangible reasons for utilizing California native plants in your landscape design.
In this issue, the San Diego landscaping experts with Juniper Landscape Company will talk about the numerous benefits of using California native plants.
Simply put, native plants are natural – or indigenous – to the geologic time and terrain of your area. They play a crucial role to the biodiversity of California.
While non-native plants can grow in the Golden State, they often need a host of stimulants (fertilizer and specialized care) to establish themselves.
There’s an abundance of choices for California native plants. From the spring wildflowers of the desert terrain to the Monterey cypress groves along the coast, you’ll not have any trouble with finding the perfect plant or tree for your landscaping.
In addition to improving your landscaping, studies show that using native plants is highly effective in improving the surrounding environment.
The ways they do this are numerous.
We’d welcome the opportunity to sit down and talk with you about using native plants in your landscaping.
If you already have identified plants, that’s great; we’ll help you acquire and install them.
If you’re not quite sure about the plants that would work best for your landscaping, we’re happy to provide you with a host of options.
Call us at 619-334-9464 or get in touch via email.