Beautifully Landscaped Septic System
Just because your yard has a Mound Septic System doesn’t mean that it can’t still be beautifully landscaped. A raised septic mound hill could take up a large section of your yard. Why not find great ways to dress it up with Colorful Plants and Flowers. CSI Custom Septic Inc. Installs Mound Systems as well as other septic tank systems in the Rogers MN area. We are sometimes quite impressed with the creativity and vibrance of local Septic System Landscaping Ideas. Choosing Low Maintenance Vegetation can enhance the visual appeal and Improve The Health of Your Septic System.
Protect Septic Hill From Erosion
A Mounded Septic Hill can take up a large section of your yard. Elevated Septic Mounds may be as large as ninety feet long and up to four feet high. This can create quite a challenge for Rogers MN homeowners who want a pretty yard and to Increase the Value of their property.
You may not realize how valuable a mound system is until something goes wrong and it needs to be replaced. A good way to Protect Your Septic System from the elements is with Smart Landscaping Ideas that Reduce Soil Erosion of the raised mound itself.
Plants Used on Septic Mound
The University of Minnesota has lots of information on Septic System Landscaping Ideas. There are a nice variety of colorful flowers that should grow in the Twin Cities and Central Minnesota climate. Go ahead and be creative but make sure that you choose plants that Require Little Maintenance.
- Big Leaf Aster (Aster macrophyllus)
- Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa)
- Daylilies (Hemerocallis)
- Heath Aster (Aster ericoides)
- Oxeye Daisy (Helianthus helianthoides)
- Pale Purple Coneflower (Echinacea angustifolia)
- Pennsylvania Sedge (Carex Pennsylvanica)
- Peony (Paeonia)
- Prairie Clover (Dalea)
- Prairie Onion (Allium stellatum)
- Prairie Smoke (Geum triflorum)
- Rough Blazing Star (Liatris aspera)
- Violets (Viola)
- Wild Bergamot (Mondarda fistulosa)
- Wild Geranium (Geranium maculatum)
Low Maintenance Garden
Anything that is planted on a septic hill should be Low-Maintenance. Choose native grasses or perennials that have a shallow root system and require little watering. You never want to irrigate a Mound System for fear of damaging the Organic Sewage Treatment Process going on below.
Your Low Maintenance Garden around the septic system should have anywhere from 6 inches to 30 inches of topsoil. Minimize tilling and wear gloves when working on soil close to the Septic Mound. Have fun with the Landscape Design. You can have an attractive yard that actually helps to Protect The Septic System from Soil Erosion or Soil Compaction.
Mound Septic System Installer
A Mound Septic System is a big investment that can do a great job of Organically Treating Wastewater and Sewage Waste. Rely on the expertise of CSI Custom Septic, Inc. to Design & Install a system that is customized to the specifics of your individual home. An Attractive Landscape Design can be beneficial for raising your property value and keeping your Mound System Healthy.
In Rogers MN, call CSI Custom Septic Inc. at 763-218-4769 for Quality Septic Services including Mound System Design & Installation.