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We liked this one for the judicious use of indoor furniture and the commitment to xeriscaping: As you can see there isn't much lawn here, and presumably the statuary doesn't require more than the twice weekly waterings allowed by the city. Drought tolerant plants like cactus and succulents complete the environmentally sound design; the skeleton serves as Halloween/Day of the Dead-ready decoration and also as a friendly philosophical reminder that -- especially in our hurricane-prone environs -- no yard is forever.