Dean and Cindy's Historic Garden
See what Dean and Cindy's Garden looked like in the past:
Some great details about Dean and Cindy's Garden:
If you build it, they will come.
Established in 2003 as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat, this garden uses 2/3 less water than the average home and also allows rainwater to percolate into the water table. This landscape attracts an abundance of nature: robins, blue scrub jays, finches, wild parrots, hawks, dragonflies,butterflies and more. Mixed with antiques and a water barrel pond, this a wonderful escape.
Statice, Nandinas, Fortnight Lilies, Sweet William, Gazanias, Succulents, Creeping Thyme, Dymondia, Erodium, Herniaria, Sage, Plumbago, Milkweed, Geraniums, Lantana, Lavendar, Horsetail, Honeysuckle, Mother-in-laws tongue, Western Redbud, Morning Glory, Monkey Flower, Blue Fescue, Heuchera
Purple Hopbush, Liquidamber, Camphor, Bottlebrush, Podocarpus, Eucalptus