The Dry Garden: Eco-snooping, part three

Posted on | April 9, 2010 | No Comments

You might set out on the Theodore Payne Foundation tour this weekend for righteous reasons — to save water, or to help birds and butterflies. But the sheer beauty of Wynne Wilson’s Altadena home will have you wondering, why doesn’t everyone garden with natives? Her partnering of indigenous coral bells and lilac with the Mediterranean staples of citrus and lavender is so stupidly beautiful that you want to cry.

Click here for part three in the Los Angeles Times of The Dry Garden’s preview of this weekend’s Theodore Payne Foundation tour.

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