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Getting Creative with Drought Tolerant Landscapes

By Troesh Coleman Pacific

Drought tolerant yards are all the rage right now! Not only are they conserving water, but with all the different possibilities, the options are endless! Most people love the dry creek beds because they are such a show stopper and are very DIY friendly. The project pictured above features various sizes of Noiyo rock and gorilla hair mulch to accentuate the plants.

Bring this Pinterest picture to life in your backyard!

Here is what you will need:

  • Recycled Brown Bark (back fence area)
  • 1 ½ River Rock with 2”-8” Noiyo Cobble (fountain area)
  • Belgard Pavers (patio area)
  • Synthetic Turf

Add some fun in the backyard for your little ones to enjoy by building a sandbox. With a little labor of love for those kiddos, it will pay off for hours of fun in the sun!

Bocce Ball anyone? Build your own Bocce Ball Court & outdoor fire pit area using Gold Decomposed Granite. This project also features Recycled Brown Bark as a filler, surrounding the remanding ground area. Arizona Flagstones were used as pathways to each area.

Don’t just hardscape, make a statement! Hardscapes are a great solution for drought tolerant outdoor spaces.

Forget the basic concrete slab and step it up a notch with this one of these beautiful additions. There are a variety of color choices, sizes & shapes to choose from! Belgard products are a beautiful addition to your home. These retaining walls, pavers and steps can easily be installed.

If you are working on a project in SLO County – our team at Troesh Coleman Pacific has all you need for those drought tolerant yards. Visit us at 2280 Hutton Road in Nipomo, come on in and see what we have to offer. Let us help! Call us today at 805-922- 9993 to get your project started!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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