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Xeriscape - A closer look

Dave Albright

Xeriscape - Water Management

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

June 18, 2005 0815 Central Texas Time (UTC-6)

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© 2005 Dave Albright, All Rights Reserved.

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Xeriscape (pronounced Zer-i-scape) is derived from the Greek word Xeros which means "dry". The goal of Xeriscape is to create a visually attractive landscape that uses plants that are water efficient thereby saving water.

This garden area is 6,400 square feet or 730 square meters. It was designed and started in 2003, completed in April 2004 with an expected maturity in 2006.

Xeriscape is involves 7 elements: Planning and design, soil analysis, practical turfed (grass) areas, plant selection, efficient irrigation, use of mulch, minimum maintenance.

Planning and design: Sally Allsup, Landscape Architect

Master Garder installation: Baldi Gardens

Sample plant common names list : Green Santolina, Autumn Sage, Dwarf Red Barberry, Sedum, Dwarf Lantana, Wheeler's Dwarf Pittosporum, Yaupon Holly, Day Lilly, Soft White Yucca, and Red Yucca, and Texas adapted Banana Trees. Full plant list and design can be found at: http://www.360texas.com/virtualtour/texas/xeriscape/index.htm
City of Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Scroll to bottom and find Water Wise Entrance and Water Conservation. http://www.fwbg.org/gardens.htm

Location

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 32° 39' 37" N
Long: 97° 22' 17" W

Elevation: 772 FT MSL

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Canon 20d, Sigma 8mm, Kaidan Kiwi 990, 4 RAW images, PSCS2, Easypano PW4, PTgui
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