Sonoma County Landscaping Experts for Residential & Commercial

November Gardening Tips

  • Collect heirloom seeds for next year’s supply of summer annuals before digging the plants up
  • Install Winter annuals
  • Still time to buy and plant many different types of bulbs for next Spring's show – some of which are very water wise
  • When applying mulch around trees and woody ornamental plants, allow a 4-6 inch space around the trunk
  • Stop weeds before they germinate with a pre-emergent herbicide
  • Drain irrigation lines where grounds freeze or at the very least cover exposed pipes and backflow prevention devices
  • Turn off your irrigation controller and or install a rain sensing device to prevent water waste
  • See All of Our Gardening Tips

Follow Along

Our Follow Us Through a Project page tracks our progress on an ongoing landscape design. Ample photos show all facets of a Gardenworks' creation in the making.

Garden Blog

How Much Water Does My Landscape Need

This is a commonly asked question for the Gardenworks Inc. team especially during this era of water conservation and water use efficiency. The current drought has created a lot of tension and concern over outdoor irrigation needs. The recently updated California Water Plan indicates that upwards of 34% of urban water use in this state is for landscapes. This is significant and amounts to maybe as much as 10 million acre feet of water per year.[...] Read More

Drought Resources

Every service Gardenworks offers includes water conservation measures. With Northern California once again experiencing serious drought conditions, we've compiled useful drought resources to add to our Water Conservation, Water Management, and Sustainability pages to help you and your garden survive and potentially thrive. [...] Read More

Certificates

Water Management Certification Program EPA WaterSense Partner QWEL certified Water Efficient Landscaper CLIA (Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor)

Fan Mail

“Thanks you for all you do to keep us “well trimmed” throughout the year.” - Robin