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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Shows techniques used in planting a drought tolerant California native plant garden. Sheet mulching with cardboard, wood chips, compost. Landscaping by Bay Maples in San Jose, CA, plants from Native Revival in Aptos, CA. Video Rating: / 5

9 Comments

  • Salvatore Escoti 4 years ago

    so is it against the law to bring native Californian plants to Florida?

  • Justin Hulse 4 years ago

    Grass sucks. hats off to you for supporting native landscapes! Would have been nice to see what the project looked like after a couple of years growth. I find these kinds of videos always fall short of being effective / convincing if they don't show a mature garden.

  • Johnny Vegas 4 years ago

    Those rounds will dry up and crack inside a year!

  • Johnny Vegas 4 years ago

    Squishy liberals hiring illegals, that's the trend in the Bay Area! California is the worst state in the country to live in! Believe it!

  • remcat03 4 years ago

    Great video! I wish I could use you guys, but i'm in So Cal. Do you know anyone down here I can turn to? We have a residential property that is a big corner lot and hard to visualize a drought tolerant landscape. Thanks!

  • Cross Connection Control 4 years ago

    The redwood rounds are beautiful–and smart! Curious how this will look in a year or two when the plants have matured a bit.

  • Don't Usually Comment 4 years ago

    ugly.

  • Live442 4 years ago

    Why would you use soil amendments and organic matter for native plants that have adapted to "poor" conditions. Natives also hate drip. It may give them a boost in life to start, but it will end up making the natives very weak and unable the intense conditions it evolved for

  • Emily Belt 4 years ago

    This is great!!

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