Local landscape shows how to reduce water use

08.05.2014 | Category, Case Study, Media

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 for a study on water efficiency, written by Anne Schellman via The Enterprise on June 10, 2014.

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Picture taken on 1/17/14

After six (6) month

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