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Since California has been experiencing an extreme drought for many years, homeowners are looking for solutions to reduce their water usage. That means that the lawn needs to be replaced with water conservation in mind. Some options include drought tolerant plants, native plants, cobbles, pebbles, and possibly synthetic turf. A dry garden can have some stunning looks by the creative use of colorful plants combined with the shapes and textures of dry stream beds, moss rock boulders, or decomposed granite.

Synthetic or artificial turf has come a long way over the years providing an attractive, green, pet-friendly solution – or even a putting green for some entertainment for the whole family!