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Real Estate - March 30, 2018

Going native

Garden tour celebrates beauty and importance of native plants

by Sarah Klearman

Cynthia Typaldos' front and backyards are filled with native plants. The backyard, which she hopes will be in full bloom by next week, includes a "meadow" of local wildflowers, like poppies, along with local plants like buckwheat and an elderberry tree that sprouted up as a volunteer.

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Sarah Klearman is a former intern at the Palo Alto Weekly. For information or to register for the native plant tour, go to gngt.org.

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