Low Water • Sustainable • Eco-Friendly • Aesthetic • Available
Choosing eco-friendly plants has just become easier thanks to LandSenseSM by Bamboo Pipeline. LandSenseSM plants have been selected because they require less water and appeal to the increasing need for sustainability, while still being aesthetically pleasing and readily available. LandSenseSM allows you to select from more than 400 plant varieties to help you create and build more eco-friendly designs. LandSenseSM plants have been selected by a panel of horticultural experts and from the UC Davis Arboretum All-Stars, people who understand the value of sustainable landscaping.
How to Identify LandSenseSM Plants From the Bamboo Pipeline Database
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Learn What Leading Environmental Landscape Architects Are Saying About LandSenseSM
David Reed, ASLA, San Diego, California
Of all the things we as landscape professionals create, the most fragile, ephemeral and often the most beautiful are the planted portions of our landscape projects. So it is critical that we share our experience of what works for the eco-sensitive needs of California with all of our colleagues, contractors, landscape professionals and clients.
David Thorne, ASLA, Oakland, California
"It's invaluable to have resources like the LandSensesm plant palette when we're choosing plants for our landscape designs. We strive to achieve beautiful gardens that use California's and our clients' resources sustainably; this objective is supported by a diverse list of readily-available, great-looking, lower-water-use plants—a list essential in our planning."
Dirk Gaudet, ASLA, Los Angeles
"With a larger selection of climate appropriate and native plant material provided by nurseries today, along with the greater demand to reduce water use and increase sustainability, the LandSensesm plant palette is a great reference, not only for plant types, but also for confirming availability from a wide reach of nursery growers."