Dana Point, CA Xeroscape Garden eclectic-landscape
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Dana Point, CA Xeroscape Garden Eclectic Landscape, Orange County

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lqbronner wrote:
Can this pathway be used in the north, where we have frost?
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Yes, you can use decomposed granite in cold climates because it is basically just crushed rock. It will expand and contract with the temperature just fine. The rock pathway is fine as well.
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rossann2
What might be the approximate cost of something like this for a 50' x 30' backyard in Albuquerque, NM?
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E. wrote:
What is that palm looking plant called? - It's next to your kennel..right on the wall.
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mrkburton wrote:
what kind of rock is used for the walkway?
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