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Bank of America’s drought-tolerant landscaping is expected to save 2 million additional gallons of water over original estimates.
In August, Bank of America announced water conservation efforts to transition traditional landscaping at six of its banking centers in Southern California to fully drought-tolerant landscaping known as xeriscaping. The pilot builds on existing water management efforts currently in place at more than 100 other Bank of America properties across the Southland that have partial xeriscaping.
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There are so many California native plants that once established not only do not need but actually do not like summer water.
Read the full story here: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/nov/03/go-native-and-mulch-to-conserve-water-time/