Landscaping in times of climate change: considerations for water conservation

Eliane Thaines Bodah, Brian William Bodah

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This work presents an overview of landscaping in times of climate change, proposing some considerations for water conservation. Our main objective is to increase awareness of how good design practices and the use of drought tolerant plants can contribute to a more sustainable and enjoyable environment. First we discuss the water conservation aspect of LEED certification followed by the most popular options for xeriscaping in the United States. Then, we present some basic plant stress physiology concepts such as flowering, photoperiodism and stress, that can aid on designing and maintenance of a more durable and low water input landscape. 


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Xeriscaping; Designs for Drought; Sustainable Landscaping.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18256/2318-1109/arqimed.v6n1p14-21

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ISSN 2318-1109

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