Spring Garden Tour in Long Beach showcases drought-tolerant plants
LONG BEACH >> With the start of the third annual Spring Garden Tour on Saturday, Long Beach homeowners are encouraged to replace their turf lawns with water-saving native plants.
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#1 May 5, 2014
We'd save a lot more water if INS agents toured garages for illegal aliens living in them... illegally.
It is NOT the responsibility of United States citizens to curb their water usage so as to support the welfare cases of Mexico.
Ignore all "water saving" legislation. Water your lawns, wash your cars, and eft the sociopaths in local government.
#2 May 5, 2014
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