We live in a semi-arid desert but what exactly does that mean? Surprisingly or not, that means that we receive only 30-50% of the annual precipitation that many of our non-native trees require to thrive. It also means that in the fall after irrigation systems have been shut off it’s one of the driest periods, at a critical time when trees need water to grow roots. Our high desert environment was little more than sage and rabbit brush before we settled here, and supplemental water was the key to establishing the urban forest we now enjoy. Our essential watering program protects your growing investment against the ongoing drought we experience here creating a thriving landscape for years to come.