Our guest this morning is Mike Garcia, Founder of Enviroscape LA.
Mike Garcia offers complete and sustainable native garden landscaping design, installation, and maintenance for residential and commercial property in and around the South Bay. He began his career in the horticultural field more than 30 years ago. After earning his college degree in Ornamental Horticulture, he earned his Landscape Contractor license and his Tree Service Contractors license. Under his leadership, Enviroscape has won numerous landscape and water feature awards at the local, state national and international levels.
Mike holds a certification in Pond building at the national level through the NAPP and is only one of 8 Internationally Certified Pond Builders in the world.
Enviroscape’s most notable work can be at the Science Museum in downtown Los Angeles. The Enviroscape crew recently finished a 50-foot waterfall at the world famous Greystone Mansion, which is owned by the city of Beverly Hills. Last year, his company earned 4 first place finishes at the prestigious CLCA landscape competition, held in Los Angeles. On occasion, Mike flies to Sacramento to assist the Contractors State License Board to revise and update the written tests. Enviroscape specializes in drought tolerant gardens and drip irrigation.
This morning, we’re going to learn about drought tolerant landscaping, how to save money on water bills and other environmentally friendly gardening tips.
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