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WATERWISE LANDSCAPING -
INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

Lawn to Landscape DVDPlanting a new landscape or converting to drought-tolerant, Waterwise plants?

A "Lawn-to-Landscape" workshop instructional DVD is available for check out - it can guide you in planning and executing your Paso Robles Waterwise landscape project. The workshop takes you through landscape design, plant selection, drip irrigation, planting and establishing your plants.

Download a Color Brochure of 35 Drought-tolerant Plants
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Download a 31-page color brochure on Water-wise Gardening by Sunset Magazine and a low-water plant list.
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Water Wise Landscaping Interactive Website

www.SLOWaterwiseLandscaping.comCheck out San Luis Obispo County's interactive water wise landscaping website for everything you need to design a beautiful drought-tolerant landscape.

 www.SLOWaterwiseLandscaping.com

Easy Water-Wise Gardening - Brochure CoverIncentives for Turf Replacement

The City of Paso Robles is offering rebates to homeowners or business owners who replace irrigated lawns with drought-tolerant plants on drip irrigation, artificial turf, or permeable paving. Please note: a pre-inspection of turf areas is required prior to removal of turf.

Use this CALCULATOR to determine your annual Paso Robles Water Bill savings after converting turf to drought-tolerant landscaping.

Central Coast Sustainable Landscapes

Click to View this 10 minute Instructional Video. Call 227-7238 to obtain a free copy of the CD.

Consult our full color on-line Water Conserving Plant Guide to find beautiful climate-appropriate plants that require less water.

Paso Robles Water Conservation - Use it Wisely!


 
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