Whether you’re looking for a low-water landscape design for your yard or want to grow an edible garden, we can help.


Making the switch from traditional turf lawns to a low-water landscape is a win-win for you and the planet. Some benefits include:

  • Saving water and money. Turf lawns are thirsty, and water bills can add up. Established low-water landscapes use less water, so you’ll save money on your water bill and help conserve this precious resource.
  • Spending less time on lawn maintenance. Imagine a life with no more fertilizing or weekly watering and mowing every week. You’ll have more time to enjoy your yard instead of trying to keep grass green and weed-free in an arid climate.
  • Attracting wildlife. Landscapes with regionally-adapted low-water or native plants attract more wildlife than traditional lawns. They provide a more diverse habitat for birds, butterflies, and other creatures that rely on these plants to survive.
  • Natural beauty. With planning and selection, you can create a yard that is both water-wise and aesthetically pleasing. 

Both fortunately and unfortunately, there is so much information available if you want to learn more about low-water plants, landscape design, and how to do it correctly. Making the switch can be overwhelming.

We want to bridge the gap between the firehose of information and the high costs of having your yard professionally landscaped. With our custom designs tailored specifically to our region, you’ll have everything you need to do it yourself. 


  • VIRTUAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN CONSULTATION – Have a few questions or just want to talk through your design ideas? Schedule a one-hour Zoom call with one designer. Send us your questions in advance to make the most of your hour or play it by ear. 
  • IN-PERSON LANDSCAPE DESIGN CONSULTATION – Want a general idea of what to plant and an in-person visit? After filling out our site assessment questions, one of our designers will come to your home for an in-person consultation and visit. 
  • DESIGN PACKAGES – Depending on how involved you want to be and the size of your property, we’ve got a package for you. 

Want to learn how to design your space on your own? 


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