Lawn Goodbye: Birds & Bees Friendly

Re-imagining the Lawn:

Water-friendly designing, with curb appeal!

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This recently completed project in Redwood City, CA began in January 2015, working with the city rebate program.  We submitted plant lists to be planted, we got approval rather speedily, and installation happened early in March 2015.

Now almost 3 months of growth, May 2015, the Spring plantings are looking right at home.

We say hello to these beautiful new drought tolerant perennial water-conserving beauties in Redwood City, CA.

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This welcoming entrance with eye appeal the moment one drives into driveway or is walking pass from the sidewalk – colorful arrays with birds, bees, hummingbirds, butterfly’s welcome anytime of day! From Betty’s desirable front and center inside vista or when she is spending time maintaining her established cutting beds – lots of eye candy here and…

Learned about the sweet gifts from her grateful flying regulars!

The sunflower 4′ was not planted by her or by me! That is a nice thank you present!

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Client Testimonial: “Kim masterfully designed a drought tolerant yard for me to replace my lawn. She was easy to work with and took into account that I wanted plants that provided nectar and pollen for my bees as well. She listened to what I did and did not like and rest is history.

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2 Responses to Lawn Goodbye: Birds & Bees Friendly

  1. what a lovely garden you have now !

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