Dan's Picks for the Low & Medium Irrigation Zones, NMSU ASC Farmington Xeric Garden This Xeric Demonstration Garden has four watering zones -- no-irrigation, low-irrigation (4 gallons/week), medium-irrigation (8 gallons/week), and high-irrigation (12 gallons/week) -- each with the same plantings. It demonstrates how the plant selections perform under each of the water allocations. Dan Smeal, NMSU irrigation specialist and garden manager, talks about some of his favorites for the xeric garden. Plants discussed in this video include cherry sage, abuelita penstemon, rocky mountain penstemon, autumn joy sedum, chocolate flower, red yucca, bush (sand) penstemon, giant sacaton grass, Apache plume, desert zinnia, and Rocky Mountain juniper.
Xeric (NL) Nothing grew on the deserted wastleland, all it consisted of was a flat plain of mud. Then suddenly one day, the ground started to shake, cracks appearing everywhere. As the ground trembled a 150ft tall monster emerged from beneath, taking up 3989ft in length. The shakes stopped and the demon lay on the dirt, and is still there till this very day, where if approached, will deliver the experience of a lifetime. I give you, Xeric.
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My xeric Garden in Monument, CO. August 23rd, 2009 After a very rainy spring and summer, the plants are happy to see the sun. The Silver Lace vines on the arbors have been blooming since July. But now they are really showing off. The hyssop "Blue Fortune' is also predominant right now. The bees and the hummingbirds can't stay away from it. Music: "The Pond" by Chuck Berglund FeaturingShimoda 2009 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)
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Xeric garden so far, 2009 It was an unusually wet spring for Colorado. 5 yarrow plants died, I think they drowned. But the Catmint was the show-stopper from late April through July, so far, and it is still going. The Silver Lace that I planted last year for privacy didnt let me down. It hangs gracefully from the arbors and provides a sense of solitude. The honeysuckle seems to have appreciated the extra moisture and has been blooming in profusion. And the snake seems to have survived the winter just fine. Music is: "Souls of insects ( Joshua Hults )" by Joshua Hults 2009 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0
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How to Set Up Your Drip Irrigation System, NMSU ASC Farmington Xeric Garden Dan Smeal, NMSU irrigation specialist, discusses how to set up a drip irrigation system in the southwest garden, including the pressure reducers, valves, filters, an 8-plant manifold with variable-size emitters, lateral tubes, microtubes, and scheduling/timing.
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Xeric Intro test Might use this as my intro :D What do you think?
Newest XeRiC member. XeRiC_Wafflez say hello to the newest member to XeRiC
xeric Xeric - Dry, lacking in moisture. Get'cha own drink. Made for a school project, based on the definition of xeric. Footage is from some commercial my partner found for the project... I honestly have no clue what drink they're advertising.
P***angin - nyoy & xeric Xeric and nyoy playing p***angin
Xeric ulltra low water plants front yard remodel Septic tank needed to be pumped, tank lid was under adobe wall. Big problem turned into ultra low water usage garden.
Planting Blooming Bulbs Tulips, daffodils, and iris can be planted from early September to late November or until the soil freezes. A good rule of thumb is to plant them about six weeks before the ground is frozen in your area. Plant wildflower bulbs in your perennial garden and groundcover. Many of our high country gardens bulbs are xeric! Planting bulbs brings the joy of spring after a long winter. Enjoy!
Video of Xeric Nation event march 2008 Paul and Kitty Wakfer dancing at the Xeric nation event. Paul can be seen pretty clearly in the middle of the video, Kitty however is in the forefront just to the right of Paul and can hardly be seen because of the dark.
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Introduction to the Xeric Plant Demonstration Garden, NMSU ASC Farmington Xeric Garden This Xeric Demonstration Garden has four watering zones -- no-irrigation, low-irrigation (4 gallons/week), medium-irrigation (8 gallons/week), and high-irrigation (12 gallons/week) -- each with the same plantings. It demonstrates how the plant selections perform under each of the water allocations. Dan Smeal, NMSU irrigation specialist and garden manager, discusses the purpose of the research garden, irrigation of the garden, and using landscape plants that do well on limited water.
In the Greenhouse January 2010 David Salman, President and Chief Horticulturist at High Country Gardens, talks about propagating plants for spring shipping.
Video of Xeric Nation event march 2008 no.2 Here the big setup at the Xeric nation can be seen.
Jack Yello - Every Day From the new JACK YELLO album "XERIC". Please visit
No-irrigation Zone, NMSU ASC Farmington Xeric Garden This Xeric Demonstration Garden has four watering zones -- no-irrigation, low-irrigation (4 gallons/week), medium-irrigation (8 gallons/week), and high-irrigation (12 gallons/week) -- each with the same plantings. It demonstrates how the plant selections perform under each of the water allocations. Plants discussed in this video include soaptree yucca, Siberian peashrub, goldenrain tree, tree cholla, big sagebrush, Palmer's penstemon, New Mexico olive, true mountain mahogany, golden current, Maximillian's sunflower, Mexican cliffrose, fernbush, banana yucca, California bricklebush, desert willow, three-leaf sumac and uses for the berries, and Utah serviceberry.
Xeric freshwaters A global survey of xeric freshwater ecoregions ( Imagery from Google Earth.
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Xeric Landscaping Hotels with beautiful gardens attract birds and butterflies. Beautiful gardens should be planted with xeric -- water wise -- plants. A xeric garden saves money and looks good. What a great way to run a sustainable hotel.
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English Words: developed, boyishness, extraverted, related, inmost, innermost, xeric, strange, Music By Aalborg Soundtracks, from Audioswap -- see from the album Aalborg Soundtracks Vol. 5, on iTunes definitions of the words: developed, boyishness, extraverted, related, inmost, innermost, xeric, strange, proneness, efficient, tantamount, moved, cheerful, balanced, edgier, edgiest, edgy, jumpier, jumpiest, jumpy, nervier, nerviest, nervy, restive
Rob Sato - Dirty Paper Machines - GIant Robot LA GR2 2062 Sawtelle Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 445-9276 Giant Robot is proud to present Dirty Paper Machines 3 by Rob Sato at GR2. Paintings and illustrations by Rob Sato have been known to mix animals and humans in strange yet appealing ways. In addition to participating in numerous group and solo art shows since 2001, he received the prestigious Xeric Grant awarded to up-and-coming comic-book artists in 2004, allowing him to publish Burying Sandwiches. "When I heard this show was actually going to happen, I made plans to drop all projects and cut my hours at my day job," says Sato. "This situation has produced work which digs deeper into themes I usually try to stuff into pictures. It's a rich mix of humor, mayhem, sadness, horror, adventure, heavy metal, science fiction, history, pastoral beauty, questionable behavior, and true love . Of course, some of it is just silly." For Dirty Paper Machines, Sato is preparing about 60 pieces. Sizes range from tiny one-inch paintings to 30" x 44". In addition, he will have one new mini-comic, some small screenprints, and a large Ultrachrome Giclee print.
High-irrigation Zone, NMSU ASC Farmington Xeric Garden This Xeric Demonstration Garden has four watering zones -- no-irrigation, low-irrigation (4 gallons/week), medium-irrigation (8 gallons/week), and high-irrigation (12 gallons/week) -- each with the same plantings. It demonstrates how the plant selections perform under each of the water allocations. Dan Smeal, NMSU Irrigation Specialist, points out plants that have and have not done well with a high water allocation. Plants discussed in this video include yuccas and chollas, California bricklebush, prairie coneflower/Mexican hat, Maximillian's sunflower, squaw apple, butterfly bush, purple coneflower, Indian blanketflower, pineleaf penstemon, lamb's ear, Organ Mountain evening primrose, Russian sage, yellow euphorbia, goldenrain tree, and fernbush.
Xeric Demonstration Garden: Layering Landscapes, El Paso Botanical Garden Chery Garing of the the El Paso Botanical Garden discusses layering of plants, plant combinations, and micro-climates in landscape design. Plants include verbena, agave, Arizona rosewood, artemesia, Desert Museum palo verde, Mexican flame bush, and California pepper tree.
My Xeric Garden We removed our grass about 5 years ago and began planting native and drought tolerant flowers, ground covers, shrubs and trees. We did not use sand under the pavestones. They are large enough to stay in place. I knew that as the garden matured, I may need to move things around, and that could include the paths. It is all clay and some of the areas actually get too wet for some of the more xeric plants. I have amended some areas to improve the soil and there is mulch that will decompose and help it over time. But most of these plants are living here with little care other than what Mother Nature provides. Every year it looks better. We now have birds, squirrels, foxes, butterflies, bees, ladybugs and at least one snake that frequent or live in this garden. These pictures were taken at different times of the year; particularly from April through October. But it looks great all year long and it supplies food for the birds in the winter. The foxes also hunt mice there during the winter. It is a NWF Certified Wildlife Habitat. Music: "Statia" by Gurdonark 2009 - Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (3.0)
Steampunk Ray Gun, The Xeric Volatilizer This one was long thought out and I was mostly waiting or pieces to finish it. The Barrel was CPVC and the acrylic cut and then polished to a shine. The tubes, gauge, and setting selection were all made by bits of this and that. Tried to do something different with this one, kind of going or the arcane ray gun feel while sticking to the steampunk copper and brass. Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment, and don't forget to Like it and please subscribe as I have many in the works even now. Music - It's another one from me This beautiful steampunk gun would make a perfect accessory to any steampunk's goggles and Victorian style clothing. It will be going up for sale in the future but if you are interested in owning this beauty make me an offer in the mean time Also take a few moments and visit me over at You can also check out my art account over at Or become a fan on Facebook
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