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Matt Risinger has been a builder for almost 20 years. He started his building career after college with a national builder in Washington, D.C., and then worked for a smaller, semi-custom builder in Portland, Ore. Join him each week as he offers advice on how to promote best practice construction methods and green building in Your Home.

Wildflowers: A Drought Solution for Your Yard

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With the continued drought, many lawns have areas that are struggling to stay green.

Rather than putting hundreds of gallons of water onto an area of your yard that receives full, late-afternoon sun, consider converting such an area to a perennial bed or patch of wildflowers.

For more information about how to get a wildflower patch started in your yard, check out the "Your Home" segment above and visit wildflower.org.

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