California city to unveil "water-smart garden"

09/8/2010 | Santa Cruz Sentinel (Calif.)

A "water-smart garden" is being unveiled in Scott Valley, Calif., in a few months to help gardeners develop healthy landscapes without using too much water. The $30,000 garden, which received funding from the state's Department of Water Resources, harvests rain for native plants and other drought-tolerant vegetation.

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