GrokSurf's San Diego

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Replanting for permanent water shortages

Posted by George J Janczyn on September 26, 2009

Now is a good time to start planning on a replacement for that water-hogging lawn. The cooler and wetter fall and winter months ahead will be less stressful for newly planted landscaping and there are lots of attractive alternatives. Here are a couple of places I’ve found to be inspirational and sprinkled with good ideas:

Chance of Rain

Lost in the Landscape

Plus, today’s LA Times has an interesting story.

And here’s a blurb for a forthcoming book on turning lawns into dry meadows:

 

 

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