Definition

Water-smart landscapes are designed to require less water and fertilizer treatments. These landscapes feature regionally appropriate plants that require low water and are native to the local climate. Plants are organized by hydrozones (watering needs). Any irrigation system is qualified for high water-efficiency. Turfgrass is minimized and grown to the tallest height recommended. Strategic maintenance includes mulching and soil aeration. Other details are documented in EPA’s Water-Smart Landscape Design Tips.

Standard Lookup Value: Water-Smart Landscaping


Legacy OData Value: WaterSmartLandscaping

Lookup Name: GreenWaterConservation

Synonym(s):  --

BEDES: --

Lookup Name ID: c8d5635

Lookup ID: 70bb0bd

References: RESI,RLSE,RINC,MOBI,FARM,COMS,COML

Spanish Lookup Value: Paisajismo Inteligente

French-Canadian Lookup Value: --

Status Change Date: JUN 21 2016

Revision Date: MAY 13 2016

Added in Version: 1.5.0



Usage

GreenWaterConservation (Property)

  • 33% of Systems (5/15)
  • 5% of Organizations (20/389)

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Page Revision Date: Sep 29 2022

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