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How Natural Landscaping Can Help Heal Mother Earth

Published on 4/2/2014
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By now, everyone is familiar with environmental concerns, global warming, and going green. However, what most individuals do not realize is that natural landscaping can assist with all these environmental goals.

Many folks will raise money, do walks, recycle, and plant trees. However, most people are not aware that natural landscaping is something that will benefit Mother Earth and is something that is easily attainable.

There are many ways in which natural landscaping can help heal Mother Earth.

Carbon Footprint

An individual typically knows a carbon footprint as the sum of all emissions of greenhouse gases used during their daily activities. For example, using a motor vehicle emits a certain amount of carbon dioxide just as heating your home with gas does. Using electricity and consuming products that emit carbon dioxide all contribute to your carbon footprint.

Utilizing natural landscaping such as native plants and tall grasses eliminates the need for hurtful and harmful chemicals to the environment. Having tall grass as compared to grass that needs mowing means less gas for weed whackers and lawn mowers, thus reducing the carbon footprint of your landscaping needs. 

Less Use of Pesticides and Herbicides

Of course, not using pesticides, herbicides, and allowing Mother Earth to water her own plants as needed means that everything is taken of care of as intended without the extra influence of humans and their environmental concerns.

Global Warming Effects

Native plants, tall grasses, and natural shrubs are all wonderful ways to protect the environment. Most native plants require little water and can survive in dry spells such as drought seasons, thereby utilizing less water.

Native plants have very deep root systems. This allows them to remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere utilizing their very own filtration system.

Fossil fuel reduction is a major bonus for eliminating this problem with the environment. Since native plants and tall grasses require little in the way of maintenance and chemicals, these plants are typically able to sustain themselves without manmade chemical intervention.

This, of course, benefits the environment and prevents further warming effects.

Individuals, families, companies, golf courses, organizations, and groups, as well as campuses, are all in a position to reduce this serious situation Mother Earth is in at the moment, and utilizing natural landscaping is just one simple and creative way to achieve it.

If every family and every business would incorporate one simple aspect of natural landscaping into their structures, then the environment and Mother Earth would be that much better off.

Using natural landscaping benefits Mother Earth in all these ways and more.


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