Transforming your landscape is an exciting journey, and we're here to simplify it into manageable steps for you!
In Part I you can find more information about planning and designing.
Unless you are looking for a DIY project, you will probably be contracting a landcape or irrigation company to achieve your landscaping goals. We recommend that you connect with them early on as resources can be limited.
Looking to do it yourself but don't know how? Don't worry, here is a step-by-step to carefully guide you on your landscape conversion journey.
Remember, it is a long-term investment with the objective of replacing a non-functional space with a functional one so give yourself a considerable amount of time and planning for designing your new waterwise landscape.
Envisioning your garden is the most fun part! There are many types of gardens to consider: a pollinator garden, a native or habitat garden, a natural meadow or prairie field, a colorful desert garden, a rock or succulent garden, a terrace garden & more.
Here you will find a selection of trees, shrubs, plants, flowers & grasses that are native or adaptable to our Rocky Mountain climate.