Environmental Initiatives

01
Rainwater Done Differently

Often, when sites are developed, there are big changes to how the rainwater fl ows. Greenrock is developed so that the rainwater ...

02
Absorbent Landscape Soils

Native soils have been collected on site and mixed with compost and sand to create an ideal mixture to support plant growth – and to...

03
Protecting Against Drought

Planted areas have 450 mm of growing medium. This provides ample soil volume for plant roots. Root growth is key for summer drought...

04
Retaining Native Vegetation

Native trees and shrubs have been protected and additional native planting is added to supplement natural conditions. Irrigation...

05
Why Irrigate Native Plants?

Greenrock includes an extensive irrigation system, but it is designed to irrigate young plants only until their roots are established....

06
Using Less Water

Although newly planted areas need water to help them survive and prosper, the automatic irrigation system is designed to get water to...

03
Protecting Against Drought

Planted areas have 450 mm of growing medium. This provides ample soil volume for plant roots. Root growth is key for summer drought tolerance because it allows the plants to draw moisture from larger areas and remain healthy even during periods of drought. In the areas that have been cleared for development, organic matter has been saved and prepared as mulch which you see throughout the planted areas. This mulch helps to retain soil moisture, reduce weed growth and, in time, will decompose to further enrich Biomass taken from the site is used to create an organic the soils.

Protecting against drought