The Low Maintenance Landscape for the Mountain Southwest just released by Watters Garden Center
Prescott, Arizona, June 12, 2015 -- Watters Garden Center of Prescott, Arizona announces the publication of their exclusive online book, The Low Maintenance Landscape for the Mountain Southwest. In this 18-page eBook, locals can learn how to enjoy an attractive, colorful garden without spending all of their free time working in it. The book discusses everything gardeners in the central Arizona highlands need for low care landscape success, including:
Choosing plants that are reliable and problem free for this area.
Proper planting to encourage growth and reduce transplanting stress.
The benefits of using turf in hard to grow areas.
How to water efficiently to keep your plants and wallet green.
Tips, techniques and products to make your low care landscape thrive
In today’s busy, high-tech world the thought of taking time to mow, trim and water your yard may seem impossible. But with the help of “The Mountain Gardner” Ken Lain, having a stylish and inviting landscape that doesn’t take up all of your time or the hefty expense of a weekly gardener, is absolutely possible.
Ken is excited to publish his second online book and share these industry insider tips, saying, “By choosing the right plants and micro-drip irrigation system you can work with the environment instead of against it. This book was written with both the novice and experienced gardener in mind, to give them all the local information they need for the best possible low maintenance landscape.”
For more information on this ebook, please visit http://wattersgardencenter.com/the-low-maintenance-landscape-book/. For more information about Watters Garden Center, please visit http://.wattersgardencenter.com.
Watters Garden Center is a family owned and operated garden center that specializes in providing avid gardeners and novices alike with the expertise and products to get things growing in the highlands of Arizona. Their experience in business since the 1950’s, their philosophy of inspiring gardeners to have fun with plants, and their commitment to local products, local service, and local knowledge combine to give their customers the opportunity for the best mountain gardening experience.