Monday, September 5, 2011
Xeriscaping Laredo: LISD Facility Edition
The new LISD food processing center looks pretty nice, and I have to give props to the ones in charge of the landscaping. Throughout the exterior you see a good helping of native plants. And even though the design team stuck to some drought-tolerant staples, I'm glad that they used mesquite trees to offer shade for visitors and employees.
A mesquite could've been planted in this section, even with the power lines overhead. All they would need to worry about is some regular pruning, but the crape myrtle is a good choice.
This job gets LaSanbe's seal of approval.
Posted by KeyRose at 3:07 PM