Azalea Park Water Conservation Garden

Azalea Park Water Conservation Garden, San Diego Overview

Constructed with the intention of inspiring homeowners to consider drought-tolerant landscaping in the drought prone California, the water conservation garden at Azalea Park is a one-of-a-kind project opened in 2010 for the local community to rebuild the ⅓-acre plot of the eastern edge of Azalea Neighborhood Park into a sprouting garden. The Totem sculptures at the gate were constructed using recycled and disposed of materials donated by the locals.

This project has been a resounding success and has also received a Merit Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects.
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