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Old 11-23-2012, 11:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Weekend cut easymoney View Post
I'd also think synthetic grass is a game changer....no more mowing or irrigation necessary....silk flowers .....certainly present all options to client . In the long run xeriscape makes a lot of sense as most folks never use large grass areas.
Many types of views on what looks nice. Some prefer a 'more natural look' (myself included, others like manicured hedges and large grass areas... I try to provide the best value for my client..
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We tend to forget 'why' we moved away from xeriscaping when we first settled Wisconsin... what was your part of the world like before it was domesticated by settlers???
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