[Total: 0 Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Having a drought tolerant garden doesn’t mean you can’t have grass or flowers. Start with using California native sod (Native Bentgrass™) for the lawn (using 50% less water) then surround with fragrant, showy flower beds. French lavender, David Austin roses, carpet roses, variegated iris, camelias all combine to make a water wise, fragrant garden. Video Rating: / 5
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