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Jeff Pavlat and Ray Clayton accept steep challenges with creativity and curiosity. When they bought a house on a rocky slope in deer country, they’d never built a retaining wall planter for succulents or a staircase patio from the ground up. They’d never even grown a succulent. Now, their multi-level garden on a rocky slope in deer country is a standout showcase with low-water, low-care plants. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsCrockett High School gardens and aquaponics |Central Texas GardenerCentral Texas Gardener | Nov. 16.13 | Fun garden ideas from recyclesHealthy Benefits to Gardening |Trisha Shirey |Central Texas GardenerYardening With Jeff Ball: How To Design And Build A Vegetable GardenTexas Master Gardener Program 2004Food and flowers vegetable garden design|Ellie Hanlon|Central Texas Gardener

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