Drought-tolerant landscape design

This is a magnificent view of Oceanside, California! There is still some finishing work to be done on the stone road, but you will understand! It is always satisfying to introduce lawn substitutes for another community ❤️ Together with Laura Eubanks of Design for Serenity. Follow me: Facebook: Design for tranquility Instagram: lauralovessucculents Twitter: designwithlaura Shop at www.zazzle.com/designforserenity.

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  • VirTual
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    Nice Video clip! Sorry for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you heard about – Proutklarton Protecting Aqua Plan (do a google search)? It is an awesome one off guide for getting prepared for a mega drought without the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my buddy after a lifetime of fighting got astronomical results with it.

  • Hossain Ellas
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    Kudos for the Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you thought about – Proutklarton Protecting Aqua Plan (should be on google have a look)? It is an awesome one off product for getting prepared for a mega drought without the headache. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my old buddy Taylor after a lifetime of fighting got cool results with it.

  • A S
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    Hi laura is it ok to get an idea from you on how to make my front yard drought tolerant i really loved you design i been having hard time on how to design my front yard thank you so much

  • chrishoo2
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    Hi there Laura, it’s fascinating watching your videos, for which i’m ever more grateful because of this virus lockdown here in Portugal, as your style becomes sparer & tighter that also shows off the plants to best effect. Bravo!

  • creations landscape designs
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    I love it when you are trying to make a video but cars and what not get in the way hahaha.

  • Dorcas powell Powell
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    Mrs.Laura I live in the high desert of Morongo valley CA…just 30min from Joshua tree question In the cooler months of fall & winter when should I water agave plants.

  • Amanda Korte
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    I am completely addicted to your channel, Laura.

    I love to garden and have been seeking inspiration since moving to the Sun Valley area from the PNW. You have given me so many terrific ideas…and I've learned so much about a whole different style of gardening!

    Quick question, if you happen to see this…

    I have created a small pocket garden and populated it with succulents. Shortly thereafter, we were visited by a family of javelina who sensed a 'fresh buffet' and had a grand time nibbling and uprooting nearly all of my new succulent friends. Do you have any advice as to how to ward off or deter javelina? I have searched online but haven't found anything solid. I'm currently using organic rabbit and deer deterrent as well as cayenne pepper. Nothing like overkill. Haha!

    Thanks so much, again, for your wonderful videos.

  • ROXANNE BEAUCLAIR
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    Another beautiful reveal! Quick question: how do you keep the rock beds clean if neighbors have deciduous plants that shed detritus and leaves into the yard?

  • Desert Plants of Avalon
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    Thanks so much for sharing Laura and sending much love and happy growing from Ireland XXXX <3

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