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Photo of a craftsman drought-tolerant front yard landscaping in Houston.

Zero Lawn Xeriscape

Craftsman Landscape, Houston

After (2013) This cottage style garden is a wildlife habitat and a cutting garden affording spectacular views from inside. Layer upon layer of interest.
Photo of a craftsman drought-tolerant front yard landscaping in Houston. - Houzz

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Posie wrote:July 3, 2016
  • Frostbite Falls
    3 years ago

    What trees did you use? Are they low water as well?

  • c baldwin
    3 years ago

    Gorgeous garden and who could possibly want a boring lawn after looking at this... I would not call this xeriscape however. I see lots of tropical plants/ferns/boxwoods featured - none of which are drought tolerant. Just re-title this zero lawn and leave it at that I think.

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