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Implement Eco Friendly Features in Garden

The first thing you need to do is select the plants that you will want in your landscape garden. You need to find the right plants and think about the chemicals that you will be using. Many people when creating a garden make the mistake of picking plant solely on their beauty and without giving a though to its maintenance cost. One needs to understand that maintaining plants can be quite expensive and takes time to care for them in the right manner. Drought tolerant plants are the best for different climate conditions. Apart from these, you need to pick plants that are native to the area where you live it or want the plants to be put in. These plants will grow naturally without the need of human interference, will need less water and there will be no requirement of any soil amendments to be done.

While weeds can hinder with the plant growth, having pests is much worse. They can invade the plants and you will need to use chemical pesticide to eradicate them. There is another option of using compost that is much easier to get at home and completely eliminates the use of chemical fertilizers. While chemical herbicides are required in some quantity, they can be used in minimum quantity to be able to build a good ecosystem.

One can use existing products instead of purchasing everything new to create a clean environment. Some of the common materials that can be recycled are rocks, gravel, shredded leaves and more. If one uses mulch in the landscape, weed growth can be prevented and the rate of water evaporation can be reduced. This allows people to save water usage in their garden and also use fewer chemicals.

You can use eco friendly landscaping products easily available in the market such as products for gravel pathway stabiliser, plastic composite decking, grass enforcement, recycled porous pavers, core markers that include honeycomb grid and cellular grid, tree root protector and much more depending on the size of your garden and your budget.