Wash. city garden focuses on sustainable landscaping

07/12/2013 | Sequim Gazette (Wash.)

A low-impact development garden at the Water Reuse Demonstration Site in Sequim, Wash., seeks to educate people about sustainable landscaping. The garden features more than 2,200 drought-tolerant plants, as well as a rain garden and permeable asphalt. It is expected to have grass and weeds in early stages, but ground-cover plants and mulch will soon crowd them out, says Joe Holtrop, manager of the Clallam Conservation District.

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