Water-efficient Landscaping for Sponge City
The local water nurtures the local folks, as goes the saying. More importantly, let the native plants conserve the local water source! M•Grass provides systematic solutions to urban greening; it improves water efficiency by using its indigenous plants with excellent drought-resistant and stress-tolerant performance, and advocates for water-efficient and low-maintenance landscaping. Technology: Indigenous plants Use of rainwater Water-efficient irrigation Soil improvement Biological drought-resistance Land cover. M•Grass always advocates for and practices the “Water-efficient landscaping system” and follows the two lines of “water source” and “water consumption”, in three dimensions: “More water sources” mean the collection and reuse of rainwater – eco-facilities are designed to maximize the use of rainwater; “Water consumption” means water efficiency – low-water consumption indigenous plant resources and advanced water-efficiency technology are adopted to minimize water consumption in landscaping; “Landscaping and scenery” refers to regional characteristic scenery, where indigenous plants and regional culture are naturally integrated with landscaping scenery, fully representing the local characteristics and culture. The local water nurtures the local folks, as goes the saying. More importantly, let the native plants conserve the local water source!