The 1999 Santa Fe Metro Area Highway Corridor Plan recommends the preservation of native plants and use of native and xeriscape plants for landscaping along the highway corridors. To find out about city ordinances pertaining to landscaping your best bet is to contact the city of interest. The Native Plant Society of New Mexico should be able to provide more information about the use of native plants by municipalities in the state.
City tree ordinance information January 10, 2010 - Dear Mr. Smarty Plants,
I am writing to you in regards to city tree ordinances. I am a citizen of Grand Prairie, TX. and although the city is a Tree City, the city does not have a tree ordinance. T... view the full question and answer
Are drought-tolerant landscape plantings protected by Texas law? November 26, 2012 - I was told that Texas has a law in regards to drought tolerant natives and Homeowners Associations. Do you know what it states and how one can find a copy of it?
I got a notice from my HOA saying ... view the full question and answer
Are wildflowers in Missouri patented? September 20, 2013 - Are wildflowers in Missouri patented? If so where would I find a list of them? view the full question and answer
Avoiding cutting field of wildflowers in Pearland, TX October 24, 2008 - How does one get a "wildflower pass" to avoid having to cut a GORGEOUS field of native flowers? Our church in Pearland has a couple of acres that we are required to keep cut, but it's currently aw... view the full question and answer