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before and after photos illustrate steps that can be taken to encourage healthy growth and sustainability.
• Poor drainage in the lawn area.
• Footpath worn into unhealthy lawn.
• Inappropriate pruning and site conditions have impacted the shrub in the background.
• Permeable pavers and flagstones provide good drainage and feed vegetation. They also provide walking access to all areas of the garden.
• Vegetation chosen for shade can thrive and grow into robust groundcover.
• A minimal variety of plants in your garden may increase the risk of pest infestations.
• Large lawn absorbs less water and may potentially increase the use of fertilizers and pesticides.
• A larger plant/flowerbed area increases capacity for water absorption.
• Future tree growth will provide more shade, minimizing water loss from evaporation and decreasing the need to water plant bed areas.
• Smaller lawn reduces the potential use of pesticides and fertilizers.