Dry and waterless gardens
One example of a natural garden is the dry and waterless gardens, which are sustainable green spaces where carefully chosen and blended plants live without being watered regularly.
The waterless-garden ecosystem
Various native plants typical of the Mediterranean maquis are suitable for the bioclimate in which they are introduced. They lend themselves well to the construction of waterless gardens, as they create a self-sufficient ecosystem in which water is not wasted and rainwater is the main supply source. In this kind design, the soil type is also important as regards its composition and preparatory work.
Gardens designed to be low maintenance are sustainable as they are created to reduce water waste and to best use resources while respecting our ecosystem.
These solutions are increasingly required by many people who care about environmental protection or who simply do not have enough time to devote to maintenance with its repeated pruning, fertilization, and watering. These people want a garden that is always neat and healthy without forcing natural and seasonal rhythms, especially the properties of the area in which it is located
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* Header photo and first gallery image: Garden Design by Anna Piussi
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