Why you should consider a xeriphytic landscape

Xeriscaping means using native and adaptive plants that can grow and sustain themselves with low water requirements and tolerate heat and drought conditions. This does not translate to the use of cacti and thorny succulents but includes ornamental grasses, adaptive perennials, and any plant that can grow well on it’s own in stressful environmental conditions

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PLANT PROPAGATION METHODS

This topic is so vast and techniques are so plant specific, it will be impossible to even cover the tip of the iceberg on this page. However, we hope to provide you with some useful information to introduce you to the many ways that you as a home gardener can reproduce plants for yourself and

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Horticultural Tips and Tidbits

> Looking for software to draw landscaping designs? Try Excel – making column widths equal to row heights produces instant graph paper.  Create landscaping symbols using the drawing toolbar on PowerPoint.  Copy and paste into Excel.     You don’t need special “landscaping” software to draw good designs. Simple drawing tools and standard shapes will do.   For a

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