How to Make Your Garden Water-Free

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July 18, 2014
Landscape architect Brennan Cox, principal of San Francisco–based Groundworks, explores the best approaches to drought-tolerant landscaping practices that can be implemented anywhere in the world. Read Full Article
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  For a project in Menlo Park, California, landscape architect Brennan Cox flanked pavers with drought-resistant Phormium ‘Rainbow Warrior.'  Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

    For a project in Menlo Park, California, landscape architect Brennan Cox flanked pavers with drought-resistant Phormium ‘Rainbow Warrior.'

    Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

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  In one area, he built a vertical wall of succulents.  Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

    In one area, he built a vertical wall of succulents.

    Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

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  Another water-saving project in Menlo Park includes a rock bed with succulents.  Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

    Another water-saving project in Menlo Park includes a rock bed with succulents.

    Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

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