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Water Saving Landscaping Design Details

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Part 2

It’s a great way to get started on your own water-saving landscaping! Start simple or implement the whole project.

Common Name Growth
A. Cabbage Tree “Red Star” 2-3’ high, 3-4’ wide 
B. Blue Fescue 1’ high, 1’ wide
C. Ascot Rainbow Spurge 2-3’ high, 1-2’ wide
D. Japanese Barberry “Orange Rocket” 5’ high,’ wide
E. Japanese Barberry “Aurea” 3-4’ high, 3-5’ wide
F. New Zealand Flax “ Jack Spratt” 1-2’ high, 1-2’ wide
G. New Zealand Flax “Apricot Queen” 3-4’ high, 3-5’ wide
H. Red Pencil tree 4-8’ high, 3-5’ wide
I. Large Red Stonecrop 6-10’ high, 1’ wide

 

Assorted Succulents Growth
1. Painted Echeveria 1 1/2 ‘ high, 2’ wide
2. Beautiful Graptopetalum 1-2’ high, 1-2’ wide
3. Hens and Chicks “Imbricata” 1’ high, 1’ wide
4. Aeonium “Zwartkop” 1-2’ high, 1-2’ wide
5. Aeonium “Kiwi” 1’ high, 1’ wide
6. Pig’s Ear “Orbit” 1-2’ high, 1-2’ wide
7. Blue Chalk Fingers 1’ high’, 2-3’ wide
8. Blue Chalk Fingers “Serpents” 1-1/2’ high, 1’ wide
9. Campfire Crassula 1’ high, 2-3’ wide
10. Fred Ives Graptoveria 1-2’ high, 1-2’ wide
11. Small Red Stonecrop      6-8’ high, 1’ wide
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