Native Plants Can Transform Your Yard—And The Planet

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July 14, 2014
With her drought-tolerant landscapes and permeable hardscape designs, Cassy Aoyagi of FormLA Landscaping has proven her dedication to saving our most precious natural resource. Read Full Article
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  FormLA Landscaping principal Cassy Aoyagi integrates drought-resistant plants into her Southern California projects.  Courtesy of: Orly Olivier

    FormLA Landscaping principal Cassy Aoyagi integrates drought-resistant plants into her Southern California projects.

    Courtesy of: Orly Olivier

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  For a Los Angeles home, Aoyagi used an IdealMow lawn of native grasses, and Dymondia, Juncus, and Hummingbird Sage.   Courtesy of: Orly Olivier

    For a Los Angeles home, Aoyagi used an IdealMow lawn of native grasses, and Dymondia, Juncus, and Hummingbird Sage. 

    Courtesy of: Orly Olivier

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  Pavers and succulents in a yard in Malibu, California, help save water.  Courtesy of: Orly Olivier

    Pavers and succulents in a yard in Malibu, California, help save water.

    Courtesy of: Orly Olivier

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