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0035 [LINK] If you'd like to have a tropical paradise without the requisite water bill that goes with most tropical plants, check out this web site about cactus and succulents (C&S). These plants require very little water, and many of them provide year-round interest through their leaf varie... click to read more

0053 [PDF] Xeriscape landscaping and vegetation.
This contribution to our Library was written by one of our home pros, home inspector Russel Ray of The HomeTeam Inspection Service in San Diego, California.
Discusses the virtues and beauty of xeriscape landscaping ("xeriscaping"), part... click to read more

0054 [LINK] This San Diego gardening and water conservation web site offers a great selection of helpful books and information about water conservation in our gardens. Information about xeriscape landscaping, including xeriscape plant lists, planning and design, practical turf (grass) areas,... click to read more

0056 [LINK] This web site is run by several Southern California water agencies and provides helpful information about water conservation. If you live in Southern California, you can also find rebates here for buying or installing water-wise appliances and systems. Great online gardening clas... click to read more

0277 [PDF] Don't plant a pest.
This brochure discusses trees in the State of California which are considered invasive or problematic and suggests better alternatives. Nine "don't plant" species, nine "caution" species, and sixteen "good alternative" species. Pictures, descriptions, and rea... click to read more


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