11430 Clarkson Road




This garden was just done in October 2008 and is a great opportunity to see the spacing that is needed to accommodate room for growth. It will also be fun to see the difference next year!
The front yard is divided into two areas. One is mostly in the shade year around and stays wetter and the other is sunny and the soil dries up faster. The homeowner removed a conventional lawn and replaced it with drought tolerant plants including cape rush, peter pan agapanthus, daylilies, succulents and foxtail fern.
The owner is a landscape designer and consultant and will be a great source of information about plant selection, sprinklers, composting and maintenance!

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