Drought Tolerant Vegetables: Growing a garden in an arid climate

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I promised you last blog that even with a drought, there’s an option of a veggie garden. Maybe I spoke a little too broadly. I’m not suggesting you go plant these options in the Sahara Desert, but they are certainly an option when you can only water a few gallons a week, with the right form of irrigation–likely drip irrigation, to be exact. The key is to plant drought tolerant vegetables that are adept to surviving in conditions and the ...

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Drought tolerant lawn replacements

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It’s the time of year that I start itching to get gardening. I’ve started my pepper, onion, and tomato seedlings indoors under a florescent light and I’m doing sun-dances in the middle of our yard, which, of course, is the opposite of rain dances which I’ll be doing in July. I’m lucky (or so I tell myself) that I live in an area that rarely has a drought–although I grew up in an area that was more years than not ...

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