News: Governor Brown – Mandatory 25% Water Usage Reduction

mexican feather grass, stipa-tenuissima

Mexican Feather Grass – stipa tenuissima, a drought tolerant ornamental grass – Plantenders

Mandatory Water Conservation in California

On April 1, 2015,  California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed executive order B-29-15 which imposes mandatory restrictions to achieve a statewide 25% reduction in potable water usage through February 28, 2016. These water restrictions will require that the water suppliers for cities and towns reduce usage compared to the amount used in 2013. You may read the full text of Executive Order B-29-15 at:

Drought Tolerant Landscaping Helps California

For the past several years Plantenders has been focussing on growing drought tolerant plants and designing drought tolerant landscapes for our Orange County and Los Angeles County customers. By designing drought tolerant landscapes we are not only serving our customer’s best interest but helping California by conserving water.

Need Help Selecting Drought Tolerant Plants?

Give us a call at Plantenders and we will help you with your selection of drought tolerant plant material, we also offer custom water-wise-plant landscape design.

Call us today at: 1-714-649-2300 — Let’s help California conserve water by working together!

Plantenders is a full service nursery located in beautiful rural Orange County, California, in the town of Silverado.

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