Your Residential Landscape in Denver Can Withstand Drought Conditions

Drought conditions usually mean that we will have to limit the water that we give our lawns and gardens. The professionals at CoCal Landscape are familiar with the Denver area and its’ dry summer months that can be so hard on our garden plants.

There are some plants however, that can survive, and even flourish. The native Columbine is one. Even though it will need shade, this plant is extremely heat tolerant – watering once a week will keep it healthy, and the colorful blooms will be an asset to any Denver garden.

The shrubs of the Manzanita family will thrive with very little water, and are good for year round evergreen hardiness in a residential landscape in Denver. Plant them on a slope for proper drainage.

Talk to the gardeners at CoCal Landscape for more ideas about your residential landscape in Denver. Call 303-578-4788.

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