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San Antonio Landscape Care Guide
Saving water has never looked prettier.
This San Antonio Landscape Care Guide focuses on how to maintain your low water use landscape. It will keep your landscape beautiful, lush and blooming. Following best practices for care of your water-saving plants will also keep them healthy and will save time and money!
Why a Seasonal Guide?
To everything there is a season...and that is especially true for plants. For the non-gardening expert it is often difficult to distinguish between normal seasonal changes and a real horticultural problem. This guide will help you navigate through seasonal changes and chores in your landscape. Following this guide will keep your landscape looking its best in every season.
How to Use This Guide
This guide is divided into four seasons - Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.
In each season you will find checklists on how to maintain perennials, trees, grass, annuals, herbs and old-fashioned roses. Glance through the checklist at the start of each
season to review the tasks that will keep your landscape looking its best throughout the year. These checklists describe what you should do to care for your plants in a
particular season. Then consult throughout the year for specific questions. For example, if in July you were wondering how you should maintain your grass, you
would look under Summer section and look at the checklist on grass.
In each seasonal section you will find these topics: