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  • Southern Trillium LLC
    Southern Trillium LLC Stone Mountain, GA
    on Feb 19, 2012

    And I just found this online calculator so you can see what a water bill will cost in the City of Atlanta. I had to round up our usage to 6 ccf, (which is just over our 4,400 gallons of water. It says our bill would be $107.02. Our monthly water bill would be ~$97 more per month if we lived within the city limits. That is over $1,000 per year, and my wife and I use a very small amount of water, considering we have 2 water features to keep operating, and live on over 2 acres with a lot of landscaping. As you can probably tell from our usage, I install plant materials that will not require much watering. Here is the online calculator http://www.atlantawatershed.org/billcalculator/default.php?ccf=6

  • Andrena C
    Andrena C Kissimmee, FL
    on Feb 20, 2012

    I would love to know if anyone has any idea about which plants would thrive with minimum water in Orlando Florida, but still give some colour.

  • Douglas Hunt
    Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    on Feb 20, 2012

    Andrena, if you go the the Florida Friendly Landscaping website sponsored by the University of Florida Extension Service, you will find a whole database of native and Florida-friendly plants that are thrifty with water and well-adapted to our climate. For starters, one of my favorites for almost season-long color and that needs almost no supplemental watering after it gets established, is bulbine. http://www.floridayards.org/

  • Leah+khxmg
    Leah+khxmg West Orange, NJ
    on Aug 2, 2012

    beautiful!!!

  • McCall Hazelson
    McCall Hazelson Phoenix, AZ
    on Feb 17, 2016

    I think something that can be done with desert landscaping that looks really good is the use of levels. Having just a flat bed of pebbles doesn't look that great to me, so changing things up will make your yard stand out. I like have each tier with a different style or feel, just to switch things up. http://jjprecast.com/en/landscaping.html

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