Blog Archive . . .

The introductory blog provides the details, but generally the writing is
grouped under four categories, each is a related series for reference.
Here are links to all of the blogs, grouped by category for easier reference:

What Defines a Native Plant?
Why Use Native Plants?
Mediterranean Climate Plants
Native Plant Communities
Weed Control (part one)
Weed Control (part two)
Ode to the California Buckeye
California’s Ephemeral Spring
Spring on Mt. Tam
Walk-on Lawn Substitutes
Spring Green
What Are Those?  Oak Galls
Mulch – Types and Benefits

My Approach to Sustainability
Green/Living Roofs – Basics
Landscape Sustainability: Stormwater
Landscape Sustainability: Rainwater Harvesting
Landscape Sustainability: Wastewater Reuse
Landscape Sustainability:  Wastewater Reuse cont’d
Bay Friendly Landscaping
Landscape Sustainability: Irrigation Water Use
Landscape Sustainability: Irrigation Efficiency
Landscape Sustainability: Habitat Gardens
Landscape Sustainability: Energy Conservation
The Ongoing Drought
Landscape Sustainability: Sustainable Soils
Drought Thoughts
Sustainable Materials (part one)
Sustainable Materials (part two)

Patterns in Nature (part one)
Patterns in Nature (part two)
Patterns in Nature (part three)
Patterns in Nature (part four)
Why Design?
Great Happenings in 2013 for Rhyne designs
Biomorphic Design Inspiration
Landscape Design for Fire Safety
Rhyne designs’ 2nd Anniversary
Rhyne designs’ 3rd Anniversary
Rhyne designs’ 4th Anniversary

The Native Meadow Experiment
The Native Meadow Experiment – Soils
The Native Meadow Experiment – Plants
The Native Meadow Experiment – Installation
The Native Meadow Experiment – Summer & Fall
The Native Meadow Experiment – Spring Update
The Native Meadow Experiment – Maintenance
The Native Meadow Experiment – Spring in a Drought
The Native Meadow Experiment – Fall in a Drought
The Naitve Meadow Experiment – Drought Rebound

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