“A city that can take care of itself”

Posted on | January 13, 2010 | 1 Comment

Desert mallow in Los Angeles. Photo: Annie Wells / Chance of Rain. Click on the image to be taken to a listing of dry garden resources for Southern California.

“Every Angeleno knows we’re living on water siphoned from other parts of the state. And it feels wrong somehow to drench your lawn in the middle of Southern California winter — even on one of the two allowed watering days…”

Click here to keep reading Hector Tobar on his conversion to native gardening in the Los Angeles Times.

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One Response to ““A city that can take care of itself””

  1. Barbara
    January 13th, 2010 @ 10:50 pm

    The desert mallow picture is stunning.

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