WELCOME TO ERIC SIMPSON LANDSCAPING!
Eric’s Daily Thought to Ponder
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
“This life is for loving, sharing, learning, smiling, caring, forgiving, laughing, hugging, helping, dancing, wondering, healing, and even more loving. I want to live my life in such a way that when I get out of bed in the morning, the devil says, ‘aw shit, he’s up!’”
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Today, in Southwestern Oregon’s Rogue Valley, landscaping solutions are about much more than “traditional” landscaping; they must now incorporate water conservation, drought tolerance, and xeriscaping. The process of finding these solutions begins with understanding—based upon an admission that we are experiencing a severe water shortage in the Ashland Watershed that is not likely to end anytime soon. Now more than ever, practical water conservation measures must be incorporated into landscaping plans in order to start making a real difference.
In Ashland, Medford, Phoenix, Talent, and the surrounding areas, there’s really only one source you need to consider for quality, water-conserving landscape solutions:
Spend a few minutes looking around our website. Read the articles and visit the other third-party resources we have collected and referenced here on our website for your information and convenience. Or consider some of the creative solutions
In Southwestern Oregon, whatever your landscaping needs,