11607 Clover Avenue - Cluster 2

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The original house was built in 1947 on what was farm land. The original lemon and lime trees on the property still produce an abundance of fruit. In 1996 the garden was re-landscaped and in 2003 the house was remodeled and Marilee Kuhlman redesigned parts of the garden. The owner has taken out part of the front garden landscaping to grow organic vegetables. The parkway in front of the house is completely water conscious and the property is designated as a Natural Wildlife Habitat.

What sets this garden apart is the use of structured water for irrigation. The garden is watered only twice a week for a short time. This new paradigm in water filtration/conditioning has increased the biomass production, reduced disease and the need for water and fertilizer on the entire property.