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Wireless Wednesday Live with Sara Bendrick, Licensed Landscape Contractor and TV Personality

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Licensed landscape contractor, author and TV personality Sara Bendrick has more than 10 years of experience specializing in residential design. She has been featured on several DIY Network and HGTV programs, including “Lawn and Order” and “Build it like Bendrick,” but is best known for her work as the host of “I Hate My Yard,” tackling the tough yards of homeowners and showing them the possibilities that exist for their exterior spaces. Most recently she served as a landscape designer for “A Very Brady Renovation.” Bendrick is also the author of “Big Impact Landscaping: 28 DIY Projects You Can Do on a Budget to Beautify and Add Value to Your Home.”

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So, where do you start when selecting plants for your yard and garden?

With prices skyrocketing at the grocery store, how about growing your own produce? Do you have any tips?

What about the tools for landscaping and gardening? There are so many new options; any advice?

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Creating and maintaining a climate-resilient yard, growing your own groceries and landscaping with battery-powered tools are three ways to save money on your eco-friendly outdoor space.

Native plants or climate-appropriate plants are ideally suited to designing a landscape for water efficiency because they’ve adapted to their local soil and their roots are adjusted to the natural weather patterns. And by saving water, you in turn save money.

A few really big trends in gardening right now are planter boxes and container gardening. Not everyone has a ton of space to grow food, but it is doable. Whether you have a large yard for a full garden, a small patio space or just a windowsill, you can grow your own food, which will help reduce your grocery bill.

Switch from gasoline-powered tools to battery-powered tools to reduce your impact on the environment and invest in quality so that you only have to pay the one-time, upfront cost versus the cost to replace, maintain and refuel throughout the seasons.


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