1. Focus on the front entrance. This is the first place your customers see when they arrive. Try using brightly colored flowers and unique landscape features, such as water fountain or decorative boulder, to make the front entrance attractive and inviting.
2. Consider a comprehensive theme. It is a good idea to have a theme that will carry on to other current or future commercial locations. This will help brand your business and increase your visibility and ease of recognition. You could also consider a color theme that complements the business logo.
4. Keep it low maintenance. We always recommend focusing on planting low-water, drought resistance plants for commercial properties. It is also a good idea to avoid overplanting in general. As the plants mature, you may find you didn't need as many installed and things can become crowded.
5. Hardscaping. Using gravel or crusherfine, combined with drought resistant shrubs or perennials is ideal for commercial landscaping in our high desert environment. Lawns are high-maintenance and require lots of water and care to keep them looking nice.