Drought-tolerant landscaping brings green for Calif. property managers

06/10/2013 | North Bay Business Journal (Santa Rosa, Calif.)

The shift from grass to drought-tolerant landscaping has allowed some property managers in California to help their clients save money and water, according to this article. "Many of the landlords I work with are smaller owners, and we go for the low-hanging fruit -- landscaping," said Carolyn Pistone of Green Key Commercial. A project to change 40 acres of grass to drought-tolerant landscaping at the Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport has lessened water use so far by 62% a year, said Pierre Marizco, CEO of Marizco Landscape Management.

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North Bay Business Journal (Santa Rosa, Calif.)

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