Water Wise Garden Design

Water wise close up

Water Wise Garden Design should be beautiful, don’t buy in to those offering you pounds of white gravel and a couple of cacti tell you that is how you will save water.  Pulling out your thirsty lawn is a great thing to do, but be sure that you are using good design principles and selecting your plants wisely.

I’ve been pulling out a lot of lawn lately, and I’m tired and busy so I’m going to give you a couple posts to get you going and a few photos to whet your appetite for beautiful water wise garden design.  It is NOT a myth!

How about learning a little about water wise plants?  Take a look at these beauties!

Here is another article about drought tolerant plants and design.  I hope you enjoy them.

This beautiful water wise pathway is growing in very nicely:

water wise path

It started just like this one, with lawn removal:

Removing Lawn

Stay tuned for more beautiful changes, and if you want to be one of them just call me at 661-917-3521 or visit my website and contact me there.




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