Save Water with Your Irrigation System

Now is the time to start thinking about how you can save water with your irrigation system. Did you know 70 percent of residential water in the United States is used outdoors? If you want to lower your water bill, the biggest impact on your wallet is found in your irrigation system and landscaping. You … Read more

4 Questions to ask before hiring a landscaper for your landscaping project

Selecting a landscape company or landscape contractor can be tough with dozens of companies in northern Nevada. No matter what company you choose for your landscaping services, we suggest you ask the following questions before selecting a professional landscape designer to design, install or maintain your landscape. 1. Does the landscaper have a business license … Read more

Why Support Local Businesses in Reno-Sparks

As a local business in Reno, NV since 1975, Reno Green Landscaping believes in serving our local community, but what does it really mean to be a local business? For us, its means working with and for our friends, family and neighbors. We focus on forming long-lasting relationships with our clients through our dependable service … Read more

New Year’s Resolutions for the Landscape Lover

Can you believe it’s already a new year?  Not only that, we are about to enter a new decade!  It is amazing how quickly the years fly by.  The beginning of a new year can signify a time for a fresh start and to brainstorm on goals and aspirations for the year ahead. What are … Read more

Winter Watering for Thriving Spring Plants

In our arid, high desert climate, lack of sufficient water is one of the most common reasons shrubs and trees perish. Even though most of our plant material is in dormancy during the colder winter months, it still needs regular water to survive. Without enough natural precipitation, it can be a challenge during the winter … Read more

10 Landscaping Plants for Your Winter Landscape

Though cold weather is setting in, leaves are falling, and plants are going dormant, there are still many shrubs and trees that provide winter interest for your landscape. The shining stars of the winter season are plants that provide interesting texture, silhouettes or color. Here’s a list of plants you can include in your landscaping … Read more

The Season of Giving at RGL

As the holidays grow near, the Reno Green elves are starting their giving season. We want to give back to the community that has supported us since 1975. During this season, we have two giving events to share with you. Thanksgiving Grocery Donation Every year, our office staff and field managers get together to fill … Read more

Conserving Water One Step at a Time

Alarming drought conditions, warmer temperatures and water restrictions are now a new normal we all face. A recent GAO survey of water managers showed that 36 states were anticipating local, regional or statewide water shortages in the years ahead, even under non-drought conditions. Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico are among the hardest-hit states across … Read more