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  1. Beautiful, Edible Front Lawns (Time.com)
      "Ridgley is one of five homeowners in the U.S. to participate in the project known as 'Edible Estates,' in which homeowners trade their mowed and ornamental lawns for artistic arrangements of organic produce."

      "In 1943, Americans planted 20.5 million Victory Gardens, and the harvest accounted for nearly one-third of all the vegetables consumed in the country that year."

      "Twenty-five million U.S. households planted vegetable and fruit gardens in 2007, according to Bruce Butterfield of the National Gardener's Association, and that number is expected to increase by several million this year." 06-08

  2. Building a Brick Patio (Landscaping.About.com)
      "A simple design plan to make laying brick patios easy for do-it-yourselfers. This brick patio design is easy to build yet elegant, laying the bricks in a striking pattern that requires no cutting!" 06-06

  3. Building a Flagstone Patio (Landscaping.About.com)
      "Laying flagstone patios in sand is not difficult, although the stone can be heavy and you should wear a back brace, gloves and goggles." 06-06

  4. Landscape Design (Landscaping.About.com)
      "You will save time in the long run by using landscape design plans before doing landscaping. Some of these resources show you how designers think and put ideas on paper; see how these professionals draw their landscape design plans before implementing them. Others are free landscape design plans already drawn up for your viewing." 06-06

  5. Xeriscaping (Christian Science Monitor)
      "Xeriscaping landscaping using drought-resistant and usually native plants and flowers is catching on thanks to trailblazers like Tubbs. But it's still not mainstream in Florida. Proponents avoid using the term, because they say it's misconstrued as zero landscaping or landscaping with rocks and gravel." 08-07

  6. Xeriscaping (TreeHugger)
      "Xeriscaping landscaping using drought-resistant and usually native plants and flowers is catching on thanks to trailblazers like Tubbs. But it's still not mainstream in Florida. Proponents avoid using the term, because they say it's misconstrued as zero landscaping or landscaping with rocks and gravel." 08-07

   
   


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