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Enloe works to stay ahead of the curve in water conservation
Chico Enterprise Record

There is some heavenly bamboo nandina, some fortnight lily and heartleaf bergenia. There is very little grass.

Enloe Medical Center is nearing completion of its exterior landscaping, and those involved see what they’re doing as more than complying with drought mandates.

“We actually can be an example,” said Bill Seguine, director of facilities at Enloe. “We can do the right thing and present the right image. You can do a lot with ground cover and bark. Bark holds moisture, and there are so many low-water plants that can handle the heat.”