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Beginner Gardening: Desert Gardeners?

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Joshua Tree, CA
(Zone 8b)

March 13, 2001
8:49 PM

Post #2316

I don't know why I havent asked this before. But how many of you here at DG are desert gardeners? Texas, New Mexico, Arizina, Utah, Southern Ca. Desert Gardeners are hard to find. I would just love to hear from you!

(Zone 9a)

March 15, 2001
12:21 AM

Post #58451

Well, I'm not in the desert--Texas Gulf Coast--but last 2 summer's droughts almost turned it into a desert! That's when I began learning about xeriscaping and using native/drought tolerant plants. I've had to re-think my ideas about landscaping and what I COULD grow as opposed to what I WANTED to grow.

Nature always has her's simply a matter of us learning to adapt to her, and using our precious natural resources wisely.


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