News & Updates
January 5, 2017
Arctostaphylos – Plant of the Month
Arctostaphylos is a transcontinental genus of drought-tolerant evergreen shrubs, known commonly as Manzanita. At home in California, we are able to enjoy a diversity of native Manzanita species that can be classified as groundcovers, midsize shrubs, and treelike shrubs. At a glance, Manzanita is known for its beautiful bark and intriguing branching patterns. The flowers […]Read More >
December 2, 2016
Congratulations to the Newest Bay-Friendly Qualified Professionals!
ReScape California would like to extend a big congratulations to the newest graduates from our recent Bay-Friendly Professional Trainings! We are inspired by the work of BFQPs and their commitment to healthy and sustainable landscapes. There are currently over 1,700 Bay-Friendly Qualified Professionals working around the Bay-Area helping create beautiful and vibrant landscapes that support the […]Read More >
October 14, 2016
Why Drip Irrigation?
A big part of creating a Bay-Friendly landscape is being smart and efficient with how water is applied and managed. There are many ways to conserve water and still have a beautiful, flourishing garden or landscape. Bay-Friendly, Lead Trainer Jennifer de Graaf makes the case for spending the time (and the money) to install drip irrigation. […]Read More >