Water efficient landscaping includes a variety of lush plants, flowers and trees. These professionally designed plans can get you started on your own project. Use them to help you upgrade your current design, or to plan an entirely new yard. These designs have been graciously donated by Craig Anderson, a professional landscape designer here in Spokane. Edible gardens consist of a combination of edible and ornamental drought tolerant plants. It also utilizes one of the main principles of xeriscaping - combining similar water use plants in the same area.

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Happy Photo Friday! This photo from Shannon Bly at Whidbey Island Conservation District feels like an appropriate image to close out "Valentine's" month. Whidbey Island Conservation District works to inspire voluntary conservation practices and assist in the management of natural resources on and...

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Additional Grand Fir and Ponderosa Pine Inventory Available! - https://t.co/DBV96DueNE https://t.co/H4fS3HOk7K

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There's still time to submit an order for our Tree Sale! Take a look at some of the great species we have left. -… https://t.co/IzyjRgHvqR

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Anyone else daydreaming of Spring and the sense of change, new life, and energy it brings? 💛✨🌷 https://t.co/oOnTM2A8pX

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