Spent at least 45 mins wandering and ooooing and awwwing my way through this stunning 2.8 #milliondollarlisting yesterday!! Wanna go inside? Catch it in my story before it’s gone! CalBRE #02052604#01295699
Who’s ready for another before & after? ✋ Here you go! Swipe 👉
We spent the day in San Clemente yesterday converting this 618 sq ft back yard from brown to green and the difference is 🙌! If you’re interested in going green, call us at 888.295.1550 or email email@example.com.
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Happy Monday from the tiniest Tellus member, Ven! 🌞 Hopefully you got to enjoy the weather today, even if it was only in your own yard. This particular patch of green is never watered by a sprinkler system, but rather from greywater collected in the house. We use a SIMPLE method of showering with a bucket under the tap to catch the excess water, and dump it directly into the ground after.
Consider directing shower or laundry run off into your yard. If you're using enviornmentally friendly soaps, you're greywater will be perfectly safe for your lawns. It will also be safe to help recharge our water tables! The water we store in the ground is a precious resource, recycle grey water to help preserve it!
Check out the HTML below for some greywater workshops around Southern California!
Or check out this HTML to find out how to choose soaps and detergents that keep your greywater plant friendly!
We took cuttings from the #spekboom at #oudemolenecovillage and planted them in our our gardens. Everyone took a cutting home to plant wherever they wanted.
The Spekboom has enormous carbon-storing capabilities.
It is fire-resistant and drought-resistant and we can eat it!
It ‘changes gears’ to adapt to drier climates and wetter climates.
While most #plants require their stomata to be open during the daytime to absorb carbon dioxide, in dry conditions, the Spekboom can open its stomata at night instead, and close them again in the day to avoid loss of water. This slows down #evaporation , and enables the Spekboom to grow faster during the day. During the wetter months, the Spekboom absorbs carbon dioxide during the day as normal. There are very few plants around the world that have the ability to adapt in this way!! It’s really a worthwhile addition to any sunny window or patch of land.