July 26, 2014

Reinventing the Residential Garden at Museum of History and Art, Ontario

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Did you know that, here in Inland Southern California, over 50 percent of residential water use takes place outdoors, feeding our thirsty lawns and gardens?*  

We can save dollars and help sustain one of our most precious environmental resources by using water-conserving plantings.

Renowned Landscape Architect Robert Perry will lead a presentation on how to make aesthetically appealing garden designs using plants that do not use a lot of water.  Bob will be bringing 15 to 20 one gallon container plants and the focus will be on plant choices and design compositions for the residential garden. (The plants will be given away to attendees.)

*Information Source: Association of California Water Agencies, and Public Policy Institute of California.

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