firescape

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firescape

(ˈfaɪəˌskeɪp)
vb (tr)
to arrange the features of (a garden or other area of land) in a way that inhibits the spread of fire, for example by increasing the amount of open space and cultivating fire-resistant plants
ˈfirescaping n
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A lush, drought-tolerant ground cover such as wooly yarrow (Achillea tomentosa) or white yarrow (Achillea millefoilium) is an excellent choice for fire-safe landscaping, sometimes called firescaping.
The firefighter with whom I spoke was probably erring on the side of caution, since much of the literature on firescaping, including that published by fire departments, allows for landscaping in fire-prone areas near houses and other structures.
There will be free handouts for kids and adults as well as information and exhibits on fire safety, chain-saw safety, firescaping, adopt-a-hydrant, weed abatement and a pine needle drop-off site.