Last summer’s drought created extra challenges for vegetable gardeners, causing failed crops and frustration. Fortunately, ...
Eleven steps to transition your yard (or portions of it) to a drought-friendlier — but still inviting — space.
Here's how to reduce water use and have a lush, colorful yard with drought-tolerant landscaping, including native and ...
Drought is simply defined as less than normal precipitation based on a 30-year average. Droughts are classified as long term, ...
These are species that sway in the wind or even in a mild breeze. They include ornamental grasses, sedges, and rushes.
Being so drought-tolerant, and salt-tolerant ... Glabra is also bad about reseeding into other parts of the garden or even ...
“You can still have a green and lush garden with very little water. Drought-tolerant doesn’t have to look desert-like or stark.” You would expect an Englishman to favor thirsty annuals and ...
Guests who step behind an architecturally striking stucco home sitting atop a Point Loma Heights ridge will experience a ...
You don’t have to spend very much to replace your lawn, and local water agencies are offering rebates to offset the costs.
Rewilding your garden by incorporating natives can be achieved slowly over time, one native plant by one native plant.
There is no such thing as a “no-water” landscape, but here are some ways to limit and share our precious resource during this prolonged heat wave.
The backbone for a landscape is the trees and shrubs that form it. When choosing shrubs for a landscape think seasonality. We ...