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Drought resistant landscaping could help cut back on water usage by 90%! – kechambers

Drought resistant landscaping could help cut back on water usage by 90%! has published its latest article covering This article covers some the important aspects of saving water., which is aimed primarily at Homeowners. The article is available for viewing in full at

Los Angeles – ABC7 Los Angeles has published a new article entitled “Drought resistant landscaping company could help cut back on water usage by 90%” which sheds light on the most important aspects of saving water for homeowners

Flores Artscape uses drought resistant landscaping to help cut back on water usage by 90% – ABC7 Los Angeles

One of the most important pieces of information the article tries to convey and communicate is this is a cost-efficient way to save water and cut down your water bill. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:

‘Southern California is almost always mid a water crisis. Living in an irritated dessert means residents need to work to make changes to more drought resistant landscaping. Flores Artscape is a local landscaping company which uses drought tolerant plants including the ever-popular Los Angeles succulents, but also elements like decomposed granite (“dg”), mulch, and other local flora for minimal water usage needed to maintain landscapes. But they take it a step further to move manicured lawns past the point of being big water wasters into beautiful botanic and water wise living spaces. Flores Artscape Owner Rumaldo Flores says “We eliminate all the gushing water sprinklers, and we use a drip system. And that cuts down water usage by 90%.” This past summer, Brad Orfall and his wife renovated their back and front years in collaboration with Flores Artscape. The result? His water bill immediately dropped from his former expense of almost $400/month. “Our water bill when we moved in was very low cause there was no landscaping to speak of, but now once everything is set, our last water bill was $52,” said Orfall. Another plus to his renovated landscape? It no longer requires the same level of maintenance that used to be required for upkeep. “I love the low maintenance aspect – that we don’t have to look at things growing out of place, we don’t have to worry about mowing lawns,” commented Orfall.’

In discussing the article’s creation, Rumaldo Flores, Business Owner at said:

“This is great information every homeowner should know!”

Regular readers of will notice the article takes a familiar tone, which has been described as ‘Informational’. now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on valuable information to help homeowners save money on water bill. The reason is simply because they are a local landscape company who believe in doing their part to help the Los Angeles community.

Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact via their website at

The complete article is available to view in full at Flores Artscape uses drought resistant landscaping to help cut back on water usage by 90% – ABC7 Los Angeles

Contact Info:
Name: Mariana Sly-Macias
E-mail: send e-mail
Organization: Flores Artscape
Address: 3959 North Eagle Rock Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90065, United States
Phone: +1-323-666-3510

Release ID: 89086167

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