Hello, my name is Rob DesJardins, and along with my wife, Shannon, we are the owners of Desert Springs Landscaping, LLC. We want to welcome you to the NEW DesertSpringsLandscapingLLC.com. For more than a decade, we have been focused on making “yard dreams” come true for our Las Vegas landscaping customers. But during the last couple months, we decided to make our own dreams come true by creating a new website that matches what we do for our customers.
We hope you enjoy our new Las Vegas landscaping online home. Please click to view our photo gallery and testimonials pages, and be assured that we are a professional company committed to serving the Las Vegas landscaping needs of families and businesses across the valley.
Each time, our team here at Desert Springs Landscaping presents a potential bid to a Las Vegas, Henderson, Green Valley, North Las Vegas, or Summerlin family or business, we understand the trust they are putting in our company. We are family-owned and work with a group of Las Vegas landscaping experts, and together we will make certain your landscaping project is done correctly, on time, and within your budget.
With that being said, I thought I would take a moment to bring you some ideas as the calendar turns from winter to spring to summer.
Water Conservation and Sprinkler Clock Changes
Keep an eye on the calendar because it is time to change your watering clocks. Starting March 1 and continuing throughout April, you are allowed to water three days per week. Depending on where you live, your sprinklers can only be started on certain days of the week. But click to the official Las Vegas Valley Water District website for the official sprinkling schedule. Beginning in May, you can water seven days per week but not between 11 AM and 7 PM.
Time for a landscaping project to get started
Even though the Southern Nevada weather is warming up, there is still plenty of time to get started on a landscaping project. We are happy to help with any size of project, and will come out and give you a free landscaping consultation and a risk-free quote. And to help you get started thinking about your landscaping dreams, the Southern Nevada Water District offers several very good tips about desert-hearty plants to get started planting in the spring. Among them are the Valentine Bush, Cassia, Rosemary, Palo Verde and Sweet Acacia, among others. Click here for a complete guide and description of this vegetation.
Welcome to Las Vegas Landscaping News and Notes!
Until next time … Rob D.