A Waterwise Solution By Satori Garden Design

Aug 05, 2011


When faced with a drab masonry wall and many excess spider plants three Wally Three‘s came to the rescue. This wall element was part of a larger garden remodel partially paid for by Santa Monica’s Sustainable Landscape Grant program. In order to receive the grant the proposed design had to be be very conservative in water usage. The Woolly pockets with water retaining quality fit the bill and providing much needed greenery in a side yard that was once just paved over with concrete. Now the spider plants have “new digs” and the homeowner has a beautiful new piece of garden paradise.

This was designed by Santa Monica-based Arleen Ferrara of Satori Gardens Design. She likes to say ‘sustainable is attainable’!

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