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(June 16–21, 2005)

Markus Altendorff

Water Waiting to be Used or Abused

Pat Albright

Xeriscape - A closer look

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

June 18, 2005 0930 Central Texas Time (GMT-6)

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Xeriscape is pronounced Zer-i-scape and means a Dry Garden. In my close up panorama you will see the long spires of the Red Yucca, Soft White Yucca, The orange and gold blooms of the Day Lilly, the shade providing Yaupon Holly tree and the Texas adapted Banana Tree. All selected because of their varying degrees of water requirement efficiency. This garden was designed by the Landscape Architect, Sally Allsup. The Master Gardener company Baldi Gardens provided the installation.

To see the planned layout and full plant list please visit:
City of Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Scroll to the bottom and find Water Conservation and Water Wise Entrance when you visit:

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 32° 39' 37" N
Long: 98° 23' 17" W

Elevation: 776

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon Rebel XT (350d), Sigma 8mm, Kaidan Kiwi990, 4 RAW images, Easypano PW4, Ptgui

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