17 May . 2018
Native landscaping can take the heat
From Texas Sage to Butterfly Bush, Rancho Sienna’s parks, esplanades and other common areas are filled with beautiful native plants that are perfectly adapted to thrive on little more than the area’s native soil and natural rainfall.
Native landscaping is one of the ways that Rancho Sienna strives to be sustainable, and it’s not just in the community’s 100+ acres of parks, trails and natural open space. Rancho Sienna also works closely with residents to encourage and promote native landscaping that will help conserve water and reduce runoff of fertilizers and other chemicals.
For an introduction to going native, check out our infographic, which covers watering, planting, trees, turf and other landscape topics.
Learn why living green is a way of life at Rancho Sienna.
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