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Watch the program! Gayle Anderson reported UC Tested Utility Ground cover, Kurapia as a new plant product that can us water and water bill on her program, Drought Watch on Los Angeles KTLA Morning News. Mr. Edward L. Wallace, a landscape contractor of Midwest Landscaping in Long Beach, Calif...
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8AM - 10AM on Saturday, February 20, 2016 Mark Ohde will talk about Kurapia on the garden radio show. Mark Ohde left, Prof. Ono on black shirt ...
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Landscape Architect Magazine

11.24.2015 | Category, Media

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Landscape Architect Magazine on November 2015 issue covers Kurapia shows Utility as Low-Water use Groundcover on its industry trade magazine for commercial landscape specifiers nationwide! To read full article, click here and specify page 178....
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A feature story on Delta Bluegrass on the SUNSET blog.  We’re researching other turf alternatives, too, like Kurapia (Phyla nodiflora), from Japan. Kurapia has strong creeping ability but stays just 1 to 3 inches in height. Once established, it needs 60% less water than trad...
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Go watch the recorded video from Kurapia on KCAL 9 News!  Check Nick Federoff's blog at ThingsGreen on Kurapia behind screen. LOW WATER GROUND COVERMore information about Kurapia, visit Kurapia.com SoCal Water$mart Residential Rebates...
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Kurapia Showcase Landscapes

09.03.2015 | Category, Media

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Kurapia is on the CLCA Sacramento valley Chapter'sMay 2015 issue 5  ...
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One of the plants used in the Truscott landscape that is currently being tested is Kurapia (Lippa nodiflora Campagna Verde), a ground cover developed in Japan for use in drought conditions. Research done at UC Riverside found Kurapia to be one of three top-performing ground covers out of 19 chosen f...
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Click to review the article The Davis enterprise One of the plants used in the Truscott landscape that is currently being tested is Kurapia (Lippa nodiflora Campagna Verde), a ground cover developed in Japan for use in drought conditions. Research done at UC Riverside found Kurapia to be one of ...
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