Water is one of the most critical biological variables for plant health. Everyone knows too little water causes plants to wilt and die, but too much water causes equally serious problems. The key ingredient to properly manage and conserve water is understanding the ecological connection between plants, soil, and water.
Our landscape professionals understand this valuable relationship and can make sure your landscapes stay bright and healthy using sustainable solutions.
Healthy, nutrient-rich soil sustainably provides nearly everything a plant needs. But the soil needs just the right amount of water on a regular basis to make this all happen.
Strategically improving water delivery through proper irrigation can boost the health of your soil and plants. Proper irrigation ensures your plants are watered only as much as they need, which encourages healthy soil conditions and maintains a vibrant landscape while reducing your irrigation water consumption.
In the heat of summer, water can be a much sought-after resource – and even though your trees may not be top-of-mind when it comes to irrigation, they need it as much as any other plants in your landscape.
Knowing how much to water – and when – based on the trees on your commercial property can keep your landscape looking healthy all season long.
Water is an essential but often overused element when it comes to sustainable and resilient landscapes. The demand for water conservation methods continues to increase.
In our five-part series, water experts shared horticultural insights and best practices for managing water on a commercial property. Understanding how water interacts with soils and plants on a more holistic level can help maximize water efficiency, reduce expenses, and promote long-term landscape vitality and sustainability.