Many landscapes, large or small, benefit from the visual interest of a unique landscape feature. A dry creek bed identifies the landscape as truly southwest, simulating the arroyos of our local foothills.

This feature has the added benefit of reducing or eliminating lawn areas, provides a means for drainage and creates a focal point and setting of a natural habitat. Properly placed flowering accent plants, small shrubs, groundcovers and wildflowers complement natural placement of boulders, rocks and pebbles.

To find out how much water your landscaping requires, check out our handy drought irrigation guide at And, to find out if your water agency offers rebates on irrigation upgrades, visit the rebates page at

Source: Lush & Efficient