Native Landscaping

By:
Stu Rowland, Director of Agronomy

The rolling hills of Cordillera Ranch are covered with great vistas and views of our beautiful Hill Country landscape. Throughout the community, native landscapes meet manicured borders, and this is true on the golf course as well. Albeit most of our Hill Country is covered with oaks and cedar trees, our golf course has many different trees, shrubs and flowers that add to the aesthetic as you enjoy a round. From both residents and guests, we are often asked to identify the different types of trees and flowers seen throughout the course and Club grounds. I’ve compiled a list of the most identified trees flowers and shrubs for this month’s feature.

Stu Rowland is the Director of Agronomy at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch. He can be reached at srowland@cordilleraranch.com and 760.275.9459.

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