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Considering killing your lawn in favor of drought-tolerant landscaping? In this installment of The Sacramento Bee's Water-Wise Homeowners series, landscape architect Michael Glassman offers strategies for boosting curb appeal while reducing water use. Brian Nguyen and Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
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Sacramento permanently limits lawn watering as ‘a way of life’

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