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Bolsa Grande Recognized for Environmental Conservation

Garden Grove School celebrates its ‘outdoor laboratory’: water-efficient landscaping as
educational as it is scenic
 
By Susan Christian Goulding | sgoulding@scng.com | Orange County Register
PUBLISHED: October 23, 2018 at 4:44 pm | UPDATED: October 23, 2018 at 4:45 pm
 
Laying eyes on the tranquil garden that stretches between two corridors at Bolsa Grande High, the first question that comes to mind might be: How can I make my yard look like this?
Where once was only trampled grass, some 1,400 graceful yet hardy plants now flaunt their understated beauty. A dry, pebble-bottomed creek harbors its own array of grasses and flora.

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