3930 Keeshen Drive - Cluster 6

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The homeowners put in the garden in 1996, with a strong desire never to water or mow a lawn ever again. The work was all done by them, from digging out the grass to planting everything. Reclaimed concrete taken from the driveway along the side of the house was used for the pathway.

The garden is home to succulents, cacti, bougainvilla, salvia, dusty miller, lavender, lamb's ear, fortnight lillies, yucca, ice plant, agave, statice, giant bird of paradise, and herbs like rosemary, oregano and mint. It's also home to butterflies, moths, bees, and lots of birds, including hummingbirds.

The garden is never watered, except by rain and the water that they collect in their rain barrel!