10 Low-Water Ornamental Grasses Ideal for Water-Efficient Landscapes in Eagle Mountain, Utah
Brochure describing 10 low water grasses best for the central Utah town of Eagle Mountain.
Utah’s incredible geographic diversity results in a wide range of habitats that support a broad spectrum of native plant material. Over 385 species of native woody plants and over 100 species of Penstemon can be found in Utah alone!
One goal of the Center for Water Efficient Landscaping (CWEL) is to explore potential uses of Utah native plants for Utah's urban landscapes. The Center for Water Efficient Landscaping is investigating select species found in low elevation habitats that are likely to use minimal water and provide aesthetic appeal in urban landscapes.
Once plants with superior landscape characteristics are identified in the field, CWEL researchers determine how they perform in a managed landscape and what their propagation and production requirements are.