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First Annual GWNC Drought-Tolerant Garden Tour

Presented by the GWNC Sustainability Committee Explore prime examples of drought-tolerant and sustainable gardens Engage in discussions with landscape designers, landscape architects, and homeowners about their creations Enjoy presentation on drought-tolerant plants by the Theodore Payne Foundation Learn about gardens

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Natives adorn landscape at Harold Henry Park renovation

Senecio, ceanothus, picture sage, Mexican snowballs, bladderpods, and yerba buena are just some of the drought-tolerant and California native plants that will be calling the renovated Harold A. Henry Park home and graciously adorning its freshly manicured grounds. Although the

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Million Trees LA – Fruit Tree Adoption

Get ready for our most popular fruit tree adoption series! Every year, we partner up with The Home Depot and Scotts Miracle-Gro to host fruit tree adoptions at Home Depot Stores throughout L.A. If you are a resident of the

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Keep our new street trees alive!

Windsor Village’s long-awaited street tree planting took place Saturday, June 4. Twenty-eight trees were planted by the City of Los Angeles on Lucerne, Plymouth and Victoria streets. The trees planted were: Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora), London Plane (Platanus acerfolia), Brisbane

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Drought Tolerant Landscaping

With the warm days and lingering evenings upon us, more people are strolling the streets and out in their gardens putting in spring plantings.  I recently attended the seminar “Drought Tolerant Landscaping in an HPOZ” as part of a citywide conference. The

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Green the village

Would you be interested in receiving a TREE and having it planted in your parkway, at no cost to you? Winter is a great time to plant, and the Windsor Village Tree Committee is ready to beautify our streets once

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