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Physical weed control, including mulching, or hand removal protects the watershed from harmful chemicals. Steve Weller, of Concord, the assistant manager at Sloat Garden Center, touches a Fremontodendron californicum, more commonly known as the California flannelbush, at the garden center in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Thursday, June 2, 2016.
Drought-friendly "water wise" plants are photographed at the garden center in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Thursday, June 2, 2016. Concord resident Jane Cordingley replaced her lawn with a more drought-resistant garden after she bought her home and saw the yard did not hold up well in the heat and drought.
A "water wise" drought-friendly Georgia Petite Indian Hawthorn is photographed at the garden center in Pleasant Hill, Calif., on Thursday, June 2, 2016.
Even though it grows very slowly, it should have enough room to do so without competing with other more aggressive plants.

Oakland-based East Bay Wilds, a nursery and landscaping company that specializes in plants native to Northern California, has seen a huge uptick in business from people looking to landscape with native plants, such as the California lilac or manzanita, which often do not require as much water and maintenance as more foreign plants, according to owner Pete Veilleux. The nursery business is looking to rebound after an El Nino winter and lifted water restrictions.
She's happy with the lower maintenance of the garden and the lower water bill.And, she added, "(It is) a nicer-looking yard than a lawn and easier upkeep.
I even gave my lawn mower away."Encouraging this type of change, Bay Area water agencies have offered rebates and assistance for people to remove their lawns. Contra Costa Water District, for example, offers to pay $1 per square foot (with a maximum of $1,000) of lawn that is removed at a single-family residence ($20,000 maximum for commercial properties).
Since January 2014, the district's program has paid for 1.5 million square feet of lawn to be removed.

A similar program by the East Bay Municipal Utility District took out 2.8 million square feet of lawn between January 2014 and March 2016. San Mateo-based Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency has been offering lawn-removal rebates since 2010, but a vast majority of participants -- 225 out of the total 290 rebates -- have sought the rebates in the last two years of the drought.

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