A Xeriscape Landscape Plan
NatureScape Broward: Between Sawgrass and Seagrass
Phase III Water Restrictions for Broward County
More Florida Water Management Information
Asked Questions About Water Restrictions
Links to All Florida Water Management Districts
Florida Department of Environmental Protection Water Management District Map
|About Tampa Bay Xeriscaping
Definition and origin of the word, from Web Coast info-magazine of the Tampa Bay Area.
Collier County, Florida Water Department
Water conservation information. Offers a Phase II Water Restrictions video.
Florida Guide to Environmental Landscaping
By Edward F. Gilman and Sydney Park Brown, UF/IFAS Cooperative Extension, reviewed 1991.
Irrigation of Lawns and Gardens
By Dorota Z. Haman, Gary A. Clark, Allen G. Smajstrla, University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS), May 1989.
Irrigation Systems for Xeriscape Landscapes
Water Efficient Practices for Saving Your Landscape by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service.
Landscape Design for Water Conservation
By Gary W.Knox, UF/IFAS Cooperative Extension, revised March 1991.
Miami-Dade County Water Conservation
Water restrctions and usage in Dade County, Florida.
Sarasota County, Florida
Water Wise Landscape / Southwest Florida Water Management District
Retro-fitting with Xeriscape. This dandy site has information about watersheds, information about Florida-friendly yards, documents and publications.
Water conserving landscape information from the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority, Georgia.
Complete instructions from the Sustainable Building Source Book
By Douglas F. Welsh, Extension Horticulturist, William C. Welch, Extension Landscape Horticulturist, and Richard L. Duble, Extension Turfgrass Specialist (retired),Texas Agricultural Extension Service.
Xeriscape Plant Selections and Ideas
H-957 (Revised), December 1994; Ronald C. Smith, Horticulturist;Rose Larson, Landscape Architect; North Dakota State University Extension.
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