Plant selection for sustainable landscapes Public Deposited

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  • A sustainable landscape is more than exterior decoration. By using less water, fertilizer, and pesticides than a traditional landscape, it has minimal impact on the environment. Thus, it is both aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sound. Creating a sustainable landscape means working toward a thoughtful balance between resources used and results gained. Generally, a sustainable landscape also is low‑maintenance.
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