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Native Gardens Boost Ecosystem with Low Water

January 17, 2018

With color year-round and habitat for many bird and butterfly species, this water-conserving Moreno Valley home garden shows how to create contour and visual interest with a flat lot. Wildflowers and deciduous species complement the predominantly evergreen native plant palette.

 

Now established, needing a deep watering only every three-to-four weeks, this garden can take the heat! Use its plant palette for ideas for your inland garden, and check out www.calscape.org for California native plants by zip code. (Sponsored by Western Municipal Water District.) 

 

Watch this short 3 minute video from our friend Lisa Novick to get some ideas for ideas on the lovely leaf patterns, colorful blossoms and abundant pollinators that showcase this native yard.

 

 

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