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Daylilies grow in Dr. George and Pat Jury's front yard at 3807 75th Place Tuesday. Join the Lubbock Municipal Arboretum's Garden Tour staring Saturday.

Daylilies grow in Dr. George and Pat Jury's front yard at 3807 Place Tuesday. Join the Lubbock Municipal Arboretum's Garden Tour staring Saturday.

Water Conservation Methods. I made this pick because here you can see ways in which you can save water, they are easy and really interesting ones.

How to conserve water and use it effectively? Water conservation is a crucial part of going green and helping the environment.Although water is a plentiful

Today's featured DIY project is a great one because we are entering a lovely rainy season soon! Collecting rain water is a convenient, thrifty and green way to water your yard. But not only that, is is a cleaner, more natural way to care for your gardens, yard and landscape. There's an article...

How to Make a DIY Rain Barrel from a Garbage Can

Today's featured DIY project is a great one because we are entering a lovely rainy season soon! Collecting rain water is a convenient, thrifty and green way to water your yard. But not only that, is is a cleaner, more natural way to care for your gardens,

Lawnless in Ventura, CA  Water-conserving gardens can be as colorful as any other. The front yard of Rick Cole, Ventura's city manager, is blooming proof.    Get planting ideas from this Southern California garden

21 Inspiring Lawn-Free Yards

Lawnless in Ventura, CA Water-conserving gardens can be as colorful as any other. The front yard of Rick Cole, Ventura& city manager, is blooming proof. Get planting ideas from this Southern California garden

Landscape Design: Functional Landscaping : Outdoor Projects : HGTV Remodels

Installing a rain barrel directly under a downspout is one of the more efficient methods to harvest rainwater. I love the brass spout on this one too! What do you think?

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water conservation Tips Reducing Your Water Footprint

Xeriscaping – landscape (an area) in a style which requires little or no irrigation. Xeriscaping is a water conservation concept that originated in Colorado and now spreading across the United States. The term Xeriscape is a combination of two Greek words – xeros meaning dry, and scape meaning view. It is not the same as “zero-scaping”, [...]

Xeriscaping, Drought Tolerant Land Cover

combining texture, shape, colour - Native Agave Garden "native to the southern and western United States, Mexico and central and tropical South America"

What is a Swale and Why You Need One: Swales are an important tool for irrigating the garden, mitigating stormwater runoff, and reducing erosion.

What is a Swale and Why You Need One

Swales are an important tool for irrigating the garden, mitigating stormwater runoff, and reducing erosion. In this post, learn what a swale is and why you might need one in your yard.

Water has always been a limited resource.  However, now with the use of water in many factory operations, water is even more scarce.

Why Conserve Water? See how much your home is wasting

Water has always been a limited resource. However, now with the use of water in many factory operations, water is even more scarce. Great information about our water consumption and how you can help.

How to Build a Rain Barrel. This could catch the rainwater off a greenhouse or shed.:

How to Build a Rain Barrel

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