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  • Emil Lesch

    Low water garden plan. Alma Potschke' Aster 'Autumn Joy' Sedum Crested Iris Honesty 'Karl Foerster' Feather Reedgrass Lady's Mantle Lamb's Ears 'Rosy Glow' Barberry 'Ruby Glow' Sedum Spurge Sweet Alyssum Redtwig Dogwood 'White Nancy' #modern garden design #garden design ideas #garden design #garden interior design #garden decorating before and after

  • Hiram Bogisich

    Low water need gardens can be beautiful #garden interior #garden interior design #garden decorating before and after #modern garden design #garden design| http://modern-garden-design-986.blogspot.com

  • Carma Morris

    Low-water garden plan - Front Yard - photo - (low water? AMAZING!)

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Have a place for this in my backyard. Have the rocks too. I'm just afraid my Husky will think it's his personal spa!