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Landscape renovation includes custom shed

 

Last updated 8/31/2017 at Noon

This low maintenance drought tolerant landscape replaced a high-maintenance lawn at the Genduso home.

Like many homeowners in the Fallbrook area, John and Jan Genduso decided to take out the front and back lawns at their home in the Red Mountain area, a few years ago. They then installed a low maintenance drought tolerant landscape with a drip irrigation system.

The Genduso's used California native plants plus other drought tolerant species. They include various types of sage, deer grass, Mexican feather grass, teucrium, giant kangaroo paw, New Zealand flax, purple fountain grass, penstemon, ceanothus (Carmel Creeper), several varieties of lavender, and a pineapple guava.

Then last year,...



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