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Jason Cameron: I know you guys don’t want plants that need a lot of water, this is a great choice. These wax myrtles have grown taller but you have to water it for the first six months to give them a good start. So the root gets established, right. And after that very little water to take care and which I know is important to you guys.
And they’re fast growers. They can grow up to five feet here. So that’s why they’re perfect for screening. You notice I will space them all out right here and it really adds a nice touch to that fence, it kind of blocks the view.
Male: Right along the fencing.
Jason Cameron: Exactly, excellent, up to a good start. Oh, you got to be kidding me. It’s another cable. I just cut it, that’s number two.
Female: It’s an old house.
Jason Cameron: That is number two. I’ve got two cables today. That’s the first.
Male: We can bring the lawn furniture back with the—right out by the cable box.
Jason Cameron: So guys this is another drop tower plant right here this is—oh thank you sir. This is the Walter’s Viburnum, lay them to this area.
Jason Cameron: And it keeps with the theme, less water.
Female: Yes. You have heard about that water is worst here, have you?
Jason Cameron: I have heard, yeah.
Female: Yeah. Water is actually a finite resource people don’t realize that.
If you guys can be careful with your plants, I will make sure that they get to a local nursery because they like big pots donated.
Jason Cameron: Hey look, low V.O.C.
Female: I’m really excited how we’re able to do a whole house and either know a low V.O.C paint.
Jason Cameron: And it’s a little more expensive than almost everybody’s got one so you know, it’s as easy.
Female: It’s like a but more gallon.
Jason Cameron: Yeah, it’s easy.
Female: And some are equivalent.
Jason Cameron: You’re doing a great job.
Female: Am I?
Jason Cameron: Because the family wants to be environmentally responsible, they want to avoid doing this, using dismissible water to take care of their landscape, our solution, using a rain barrel. This is going to collect a lot of which is going to make it possible to water the landscape. Now believe it or not, we’ll landscape history for you. This has been used for 2000 years. Now I don’t know exactly but let me see if I can explain to you how much water this rain barrel can collect.
Now if you take an inch of rainwater, this is rainfall believe it or not. I’m going to draw some raindrops for you. One inch of rainfall over a thousand square foot area, yes, this is my thousand square foot area right here, will give you 600 gallons of rainwater. Check this out, this is my barrel. Now that sweet, think about that, 600 gallons of rainwater to water you landscape.
So to all my teachers back in high school, you guys taught me well.
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