When comparing the several options of what to fill your Arizona lawn with: grass lawn, gravel, gardens, or walkways, Fix My House highly recommends planting desert landscaping above all else. Desert landscaping plants are much more suitable for the Arizona climate because they require less daily maintenance and can survive in almost any weather condition year-round. These plants also don’t require that you to go outside and water them every morning or night, much less install some expensive sprinkler system. The cost of owning a lawn with grass adds up quickly.
A Grass Lawn Can Cost Big Bucks
Keeping that grass green can be a frustrating and costly endeavor. With desert landscaping, there is usually a 1 time expense, depending on how long you are at your home. With grass, expenses can occur frequently. We’ve created this helpful info-graphic so you can be conscious of the average costs often included in owning a home with a grass lawn.