Albuquerque Xeriscaping Save Money and Add Value to Your Albuquerque Home – Part Three

Albuquerque Xeriscaping - Save Money and Add Value to Your Albuquerque Home by R & S Landscaping - Part One

Xeriscaping is quite often called zeroscaping and for many people the name of the landscaping style means lower water use landscaping. However, the correct name is xeriscape or xeriscaping. When xeriscaping first became popular 30 plus years ago, the title and the reality of it sounded like the end of the front yard and back yard as we knew it. It is simple enough a landscaping style or method that requires little to no watering. It looks great and it means mowing the lawn is no longer a chore you need to do because with xeriscaping the lawn is gone.

Around America and in Albuquerque most homes use around 300 gallons of water a day and about 1/3rd of the water is used outside on the lawn, flowerbeds, the garden, and landscaping.

Drought is way of life in the great Southwest, including New Mexico, which annually gets around 12 inches of rainfall per year. From a financial perspective, a conservation support and saving the environment, xeriscaping your Albuquerque yards, both front and back makes perfect sense.   Xeriscaping a yard costs money and it can take a few years to recapture the cost. There are several strategies you can follow to save money xeriscaping your yard. Feature here are several ways to save money redoing your yard using landscaping.

Strategies for Xeriscape Landscaping Your Albuquerque’s Home Yard

8. Sprinkler Watering with is Far More Expensive than Watering with a Well-Designed Drip Irrigation System.

Most new drip irrigation systems can be connected to the timer being use on the sprinkler system installed now. Drip Irrigation systems can also be connected to a home’s outdoor hose spigot and set up with a easy to install water timer.

9. Complete Your Yard Landscaping Job in the Springtime

Landscaping projects should be done during the springtime. All new landscaping projects require more water initially than you would need if the landscaping is already installed and mature. If you start a new landscaping project in the summer the plants installed will require even more water for the plants to establish themselves because of the hotter temperatures.  Labor may cost more during the summer because it is difficult to work quickly in the heat.   

10. Have No Fear, Your Albuquerque Xeriscape Landscaping will Feature Full Vibrant Colors and Look Stunning

Xeriscaping is a style that requires less water, but you do not have to use only plain brown desert plants. There are so many low-water plants that can be used in xeriscaping that are full of vibrant colors and look beautiful. There are succulents used in xeriscaping that are very colorful.
Xeriscaping does not have to mean desert landscaping.

Albuquerque Xeriscaping can be done on a budget and some of the materials you use can be found for free. A well-done xeriscape landscaped yard can save you money on your water bill, help the environment because it requires little or no fertilizer or pesticides and it will be beautiful.