Junction leaders planting idea to discourage big, thirsty lawns

DROUGHT-RESISTANT PLANTS and other forms of xeriscaping are shown in the demonstration garden at First Street and Grand Avenue in Grand Junction. This type of landscaping uses one-half to one-third less water than traditional forms.



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DROUGHT-RESISTANT PLANTS and other forms of xeriscaping are shown in the demonstration garden at First Street and Grand Avenue in Grand Junction. This type of landscaping uses one-half to one-third less water than traditional forms.

Grand Junction city leaders are considering incentives to encourage businesses to shun large, thirsty lawns in favor of drought-resistant plants and other forms of xeriscaping. City Council…




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