Are You Ready?

by | Aug 27, 2020 | Community

Are you ready to tackle your landscape project but aren’t sure what plants will make your landscape pop? We’ll let you in on a little secret – the 30 hottest plants of the SCV! They’re attractive, drought-tolerant and available at your local nursery. Not to mention, these plants grow well in our clay soil and survive through the hottest days and coldest nights of the year.
SCV’s Hottest Plant Guide lists the top perennials, trees, shrubs and groundcover. The Guide also gives you step-by-step instructions on designing new landscape, removing grass and amending soil, as well as planting practices and irrigating intelligently.
Visit www.yourSCVwater.com to get your own digital copy of SCV’s Hottest Plant Guide. While you’re there, look for some landscape inspiration and rebates to help you save water and money!

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