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Kid, dog, and wildlife friendly: that’s what Stephanie and Tom Sloss wanted when they updated their garden for water conservation and control in deer country. Landscape architect Robert Leeper turned anxious footing and access into surround-around family outdoor living and stylish reduced-lawn native plant diversity. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLandscape Design – School Wildlife pondsPlanning a Kid Friendly Snack Ready GardenThe Wildlife World ‘Me and My Birds’ Garden Bird Feeder Kit Product in Use VideoWildlife Garden : What Is a Green Roof?Marlene Llapur Waterfall & Landscape Design“Black Dog” – Robert Plant @ Taste of Chicago – Petrillo Music Shell, Chicago, IL. 7-12-2013

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  • srercrcr 5 months ago

    That concrete and gravel gets very hot during summer Texas days….that heat radiates to the adjacent plants , pets, and homeowners.