After: Low-water landscape guru Roberta Walker transformed this Land Park home into a water-wise and much more interesting landscape. The palm tree and bird of paradise stayed, but the walkway got new curves to go with the new plantings.
After: Low-water landscape guru Roberta Walker transformed this Land Park home into a water-wise and much more interesting landscape. The palm tree and bird of paradise stayed, but the walkway got new curves to go with the new plantings. rpench@sacbee.com Randy Pench
After: Low-water landscape guru Roberta Walker transformed this Land Park home into a water-wise and much more interesting landscape. The palm tree and bird of paradise stayed, but the walkway got new curves to go with the new plantings. rpench@sacbee.com Randy Pench

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August 05, 2016 02:00 PM

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