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Watch as a once resource-heavy lawn at  Los Angeles County Arboretum, as part of  Wildflowering L.A., becomes a  planting teeming with life and a future educational landscape.

Before Wildflowering L.A.: a landscape awaiting inspiration at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. Photo: courtesy of Los Angeles County Arboretum

 

October 15, 2013: sod removal day. Photo: courtesy of Los Angeles County Arboretum

October 16, 2013: the now-cleared site with removed sod piled in reserve. Photo: courtesy of Los Angeles County Arboretum

October 23, 2013: The first logs are placed as a foundation for the hügel demonstration. Photo: courtesy of Los Angeles County Arboretum

October 29, 2013: Hügelkultur construction continues with heavy equipment...

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