Rain gardens, native landscaping replace lawns in Calif.

12/2/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Some homeowners in California's San Fernando Valley area are replacing their lawns with rain gardens and native landscapes. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power installs the rain gardens for free, and the Inland Empire Utilities Agency will plant native landscapes at 77 homes in the area. The idea is to curb the use of water for irrigation.

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