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Published on Jan 2, 2014
In this episode, the show's vibrant host, local landscape architect Meg West, travels to a variety of demonstration gardens around the county that exemplify how easy it is to transform your landscape into a beautiful, water wise garden. From Alice Keck Park Memorial Garden to the Santa Ynez Valley Botanic Garden, learn how water wise gardens save time and resources while offering a more dynamic landscape. Discover a great way to save water in any season with the City of Santa Barbara's Water Resources Specialist, Cathie Paré, and be shocked as landscape architect and author, Billy Goodnick, takes you to the scene of another horrifying crime - pitiful pruning - in 'Crimes Against Horticulture.' Finally, find out why Canyon Prince Wild Rye could be the perfect plant for your water wise landscape.