The Dry Garden: Eco-snooping, part two

Posted on | April 2, 2010 | 1 Comment

It was a hybrid call of the wild that Gilda Garcia heard when she decided to do a native garden in the frontyard of her North Hollywood home in 2006. As she recalled it during a mid-March visit, “The challenge was how could you mix native plants, Mexican art and poodles?”

It would be a spoiler to use anything but a detail shot from what is a truly fabulous before-and-after photo spread put together by Garcia and Los Angeles Times photographer Anne Cusack for this week’s “The Dry Garden” column.

So, click here to see how Garcia transformed her garden from lawn and three hedges into “Poodleville” in the Los Angeles Times and to read the second installment of the three-part series previewing properties on the Theodore Payne Foundation Tour, April 10-11.

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One Response to “The Dry Garden: Eco-snooping, part two”

  1. Matt H
    April 5th, 2010 @ 9:42 am

    Wonderful piece. What a phenomenal transformation. I love the combination of succulents and flowers. Full of color and character.

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