We're replacing our crabgrass with drought resistant native plants.
I always assumed crabgrass was a native plant.
This is an overwhelming enterprise at first;there's so much to know,
so many variables.
Now I find myself loving the Latin names,(Latin ROOTS, horticulture joke).
Hummingbirds and butterflies love the sages and California lilacs we've
seen in other gardens and everything smells good.
This could also be very funny 'cause both of us are extremely urban.
According to other gardeners we've talked with the plants know a lot more
about our landscape than we do; so we'll let them teach us.
(Sounds pretty "Hippy" to me...forward! into the past!)
The garden and the Segway are green choices. I'm sorry we
can't plant a redwood grove. (And a solar Segway would be
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