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California’s Water Crisis and Conservation Solutions

Water-CrisisCalifornia is in the middle of a water crisis. NASA’s top water scientists, Jay Famiglietti, announced that California has a single year’s supply of water left in its reservoirs. While California’s lawmakers aren’t new to the experience of drought – in 1977 a similar water shortage struck the state – unlike previous crises, the present shortage is not deemed as the result of cyclical climate patterns. The drought duration and long-term effects are uncertain, Governor Jerry Brown is cracking down on water usage statewide, and meanwhile, water-saving products and lifestyles among Californians continue to gain popularity. (more…)

Posted on April 16, 2015

A Few Elements of Unnatural in Natural Lawns


There’s no doubt about it, the artificial grass ship has sailed.  Homeowners are rapidly warming up to the idea synthetic lawns both because of its investment wise components and its environment wise components.  A surprising trend is beginning to surface, too – a growing awareness that there is a touch of the unnatural in natural lawns (queue the Dr. Evil pinky finger with the word *unnatural*):


Posted on April 8, 2015

How Versatile is Your Grass?

VersitileFading are the days when you could tell the difference between synthetic grass and natural grass. Today, artificial turf can be just as beautiful as a natural lawn, but a more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly investment. It’s more versatile, too, providing for a variety of breeds unattainable with a natural lawn: (more…)

Posted on April 1, 2015

Top 5 Ways Californians Waste Water

sprinklerCalifornia is in a drought and that has been brewing for years. So much so that in 2014, California Governor Jerry Brown declared an emergency and implored the residents and business owners of his state to reduce their water consumption activities by 20%.  Here are some of the top ways California waste water: (more…)

Posted on March 20, 2015

The Synthetic Grass Debate Among HOAs of California

HOAsWhile the grass may not always be greener on the other side, these days it can be just as green. In fact, that’s what not only many residents in Southern California are saying regarding the synthetic grass they’re installing on their properties, but also what both industry professionals and government officials are affirming regarding the quality, appearance, and environmental friendliness of today’s 21st century artificial turf. (more…)

Posted on March 13, 2015

The Cost of Synthetic Grass


No matter how enticing a style, product, or service may be, price always plays a role in determining whether you ultimately make it a part of your life or not. Artificial grass, one of the latest trends in sustainable landscape design, has a standard litany of appeal: (more…)

Posted on March 6, 2015

Become a Territory Holder in One of the Fastest Growing Industries


As watering restrictions across the western United States are changing lush lawns into desert, people are turning to environmentally-friendly artificial grass to bring the green back to their yards. Becoming a Territory Holder with Purchase Green opens up a world of opportunities for landscape contractors, builders, and entrepreneurs looking to embrace this exceptional and unique opportunity. Our partnership program provides everything you need from territorial rights, a modern website, marketing materials, and online advertising to complete business support.
Here’s a look at some of the drivers catalyzing the demand for artificial grass, and the benefits of collaborating with an eco-friendly business that has the largest artificial grass distribution network in the United States:


Posted on February 18, 2015

New Year, Same Drought.

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The state of California received the best holiday present of all this year – rain! Two separate storms passed over the state and dumped much needed rain on drought-ravaged landscapes.

While the rainy weather was welcomed with open arms and residents continue to do their best to conserve the precious water resources we still do have left, it is still not enough.


Posted on February 9, 2015
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