Promoting Green Landscaping
Welcome to Full of Life Farms Nursery, owned and operated by Wynn Dinnsen, is located in the central area of Chatham County North Carolina and serves the Triangle and Triad areas.
Landscaping is essential for economic reasons and trees are a great value to your community. Please take a look at our healthy selection of locally grown green landscaping plants and trees. We also have wholesale pricing available. Nursery hours are anytime by appointment. Please email email@example.com.
Economic Reasons for Landscaping
1. 95% of the members of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers say landscaping adds to property value, while 99% agree landscaping increases the speed of home sales.
2. Landscaping can bring a recovery value of 100 to 200 percent at selling time. Kitchen remodeling brings a 75 to 125 percent recovery rate, bathroom remodeling a 20 to 120 percent recovery rate, and addition of a swimming pool a 20 to 50 percent recovery rate.
3. Landscaping can add between 7% and 15% to a home's value.
4. Carefully positioned trees can save up to 25% of a household's energy consumption for heating and cooling. Shading an air conditioning unit can increase it's efficiency by as much as 10%.
- Ross Williams, Executive Director, North Carolina Nursery and Landscaping Association
The Value of Trees to Your Community
Water Quality - Healthy trees act as a natural filter for our water supply. The canopies and root systems help control storm water runoff, flooding, and erosion.
Air Quality - Trees are natural air filters too! Trees provide oxygen, but the also remove harmful particles from our air, including dust, ozone, ammonia, and sulfur dioxide.
Energy Savings - Trees cool our air naturally by combining effects of water evaporation from their leaves and providing direct shade. Trees planted around a home or business can reduce heating and cooling costs from 15-30%.
Business - Trees are good for business. Research shows that consumers respond positively to shopping in business districts that are shaded.
Habitat - Trees provide food and cover for many animals. Mature trees increase diversity by providing micro-climates for shade-loving plants and animals!
-Al Cooke, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Chatham County Center