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Choosing a conservation landscape approach not only improves the function, aesthetics, property values of your landscape, it also enhances the local ecosystems.

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Native plants and landscape techniques require less water and maintenance. Enjoy the natural beauty of your property as well as all the benefits that come with native landscaping.

Conservation

Using land development techniques can restore the land to it’s natural shape allowing the rainwater runoff to restore the ground water table.

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Commercial

Replacing your exotic plants to use natives can reduce maintenance and watering costs by up to 80 - 90% along with restoring the native ecosystem.

StormWater Management

Stormwater management is the process of controlling runoff from roads, pavements, rooftops, and fields and allows the water to be naturally filtered by the soil and into the water table.

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We help you plan out your native landscape and walk you through the entire process. Click to learn more!

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Native plants are species that are indigenous to a specific region. Native species promote bio-diversity on your property and require less work and resources to flourish.

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A tremendous amount of water applied to lawns and gardens is never absorbed by the plants and put to use. The greatest waste of water is applying too much too often, resulting in runoff.

• A 1,000 square foot lawn requires 10,000 gallons of water per summer to maintain a “green” look.

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Most invasive plants are “exotics.” That is, they have been brought here from another ecosystem, frequently from another continent. That often means that they arrived here with few or no natural enemies to control them and hold down their numbers.

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Water, food, shelter (including nesting spots), and space to live out their lives in a fairly undisturbed way are the basic things all animals need. The more of these elements we can provide in our suburban and urban landscapes, the better off wildlife will be. If we provide a diversity of habitats which include native plants, and few if any pesticides, more of the locally-evolved species will be able to coexist with us.

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Reduce runoff and soil erosion and stabilize slopes by planting native trees, shrubs, and perennial ground covers in swales and on terraces, in addition to level and raised areas Reducing stormwater runoff, erosion, flooding, and sediment buildup is a major benefit of practicing conservation landscaping techniques in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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