Let It Grow
Spring is in the air and the yard at your new University District home is the perfect place to create your own bit of natural beauty.
Colorful and stylish landscapes are easy to achieve if you know what to plant. In any California yard or garden, it’s important to ensure that you’re growing drought-friendly plants.
A great place to start is with “Sonoma Superstars” – a list of the most Sonoma County-friendly plants to have in your yard. From the blue blossoms of the Plumbago to the yellow-edged leaves of the Winter Daphne, there are plenty of ways to create a beautiful landscape in your yard at Rohnert Park with these low-maintenance drought-friendly options.
To add a trendy and practical touch to your landscape, succulents are inexpensive and easy to care for. The best succulents for Sonoma County come in all shapes and sizes from the bright rosettes of the Agave or Echeveria plants to the vibrant purple and yellow daisy-like flowers of the Ice Plant.
In order to maintain your drought-friendly landscape, group plants with similar sun and water requirements together to help them thrive. A great way to save water is by watering early in the morning to avoid evaporation during the heat of the day.
Whether you’re growing in your yard or planting in decorative pots, there are plenty of Sonoma County-friendly options to create a unique and colorful yard of your own design at University District.