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Click the images below for the list of plants at each location. As a reminder, these are private residences and their yards are not regularly open to the public.

Perry Residence
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"Less grass means less maintenance" was the driving force behind this homeowner's landscape. Features full sun plants and a wonderful habitat for all kinds of wildlife.

Strain Residence
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This landscape has the largest display of drought-tolerant, native and adaptive plants of all the tour locations. Landscape features sun-loving plants, as well as partial shade plants. No irrigation is used at this landscape. 

Maxwell Residence
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New to the tour! Water-wise garden features drought-tolerant, native plants in front yard beds to reduce turf.

Environmental Education Center
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Established in 2012, this garden showcases native and well-adapted plants for the North Texas area, which are both heat and drought tolerant. Over 60 different plant and tree varieties are on display.

Dubberly Residence
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New to the tour! This landscape transitioned from a sunny garden to a full shade front yard and partial shade backyard. Features a diverse palette of drought-tolerant plants.

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