Water Wise Landscaping

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In the midst of a historic drought, many homeowners are converting their yards and gardens to water wise landscaping. At the same time, many people aren’t quite sure how to change their landscaping and have it remain visually appealing. Don’t worry, drought friendly doesn’t just mean cactus plants and decomposed granite paths. Check out HGTV for ideas on specific plants by region and how to map your yard plot. Next, check out some of our favorite water-wise landscape photos below!

Do you have a favorite drought-friendly plant or landscape idea not seen here? Leave us a comment below or on facebook, your idea may be featured in our next blog post.

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Photo Credit: Roger’s Garden

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Waterwise Garden
Los Altos, CA

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photo credit: Sunset Magazine

Casa Pedregosa garden of Brian Andreas and Ellen Rockne, 225 E. Pedregosa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. contact: Margie Grace at 805 687-3569; Grace Designs Associates;

Casa Pedregosa, Santa Barbara, CA

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Photo credit: Houzz.com

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