AT THE WATER AWARENESS GARDEN IN LUCERNE VALLEY

When I die bury me under a ‘Royal Purple’ Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggygria). As seen at the Water Awareness Garden (created by the Desert Crossroads Garden Club). One of the many secret pleasures you’ll find in the very small farming town of Lucerne Valley, a 45-minute scenic drive from north Joshua Tree …

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About Stephanie Smith

Stephanie Smith trained as an architect and is also a developer, entrepreneur, and orchardist. She designs greenhouses, outhouses, yurts, tipis, tent cities, campsites and homesteading products under the mantra "Lighten Up!" Her 'Cul-de-sac Commune' project is a new model for resource sharing in the city, the suburbs and beyond. Read her full bio
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One Response to AT THE WATER AWARENESS GARDEN IN LUCERNE VALLEY

  1. David says:

    We have one of those in our front yard in Seattle. Going to be spending some time in JT Jan/Feb. This looks like a good day trip.

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