Lessons in Landscaping: City gardens demonstrate how to create a drought-tolerant oasis.

Back in Glendora, the garden is a year-round display that demonstrates cutting back on irrigation doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a green lawn. On the sidewalk end of the garden, folks will find two plots of Native Mow Free sod — a blend of Western Mokelumne, Molate and Idaho fescue grasses — that can be maintained as a turf lawn or left unmowed as it is here. A third plot demonstrates a Carex species of ornamental sedge.

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