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Kansas City, MO- What do says she decided to convert her yard into a beach-like atmosphere after contractors tore it up. Thereâ€™s even beach chairs in front of her home. While some neighbors admire her unique landscaping decision, others feel it’s Kansas City, MO- What do says she decided to convert her yard into a beach-like atmosphere after contractors tore it up. Thereâ€™s even beach chairs in front of her home. While some neighbors admire her unique landscaping decision, others feel it’s Oh, the ideas and the gotta-doâ€™s that come to mind when youâ€™re in the yard for the first time in forever Plan for the worst. Even the wettest Kansas City summers seem to have weeks of high heat and little or no rain. Purchasing drought-tolerant but their front yard is still a mix of native and exotic plants that pulls in bees and hummingbirds. The Walker’s residence was one of 10 stops on the City of Woodland’s third free Water-Wise Landscape Tour Saturday, offered to explore attractive The idea started out — like so many ideas a 47-year-old landscape architect and no skateboarder, is how a skate park appeared on her front lawn. Of course, not everybody is going to spend $15,000 and get permits to turn their front yards into KANSAS CITY , Mo., May 28 (UPI) –An elderly Kansas City woman was tired of mowing her lawn so she decided to get rid of her grass – by covering it up with 80 tons of sand. Georgianna Reid turned the front yard of being used for landscaping purposes. .
Fritz Haeg, an artist and architect, has done yards in Kansas, California and An anonymous complaint about Karen Baumann’s front-yard garden in Sacramento led to a fight by local gardeners against the city’s landscaping code, which stated that gardens A home completely surrounded by sand is getting mixed reviews, and the city says the house is getting complaints too. There aren’t many “welcome” signs in Georgianna Reid’s front yard turned beach sand is being used for landscaping purposes. HAYS, Kansas landscape,â€ said Holly Dickman, KSU Horticulture Extension Agent. The city of Hays is making some changes to their landscapes to make them more drought friendly. â€œTheyâ€™re starting to put in some nice Xeriscaped yards and landscapes .