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Living in Texas, I am always looking for plants that can withstand our extreme temperatures, and the droughts that seem to be a regular part of our summers. And your tip about growing these types of plants in containers is a great one! I often forget to water my poor container plants! :O Thanks so much for linking in!


This will be a must read book for me. I garden in the arid central valley of California, and I'm slowly trying to convert to a more sustainable landscape. My library does have this book, so I have added it to my request list. Thank you for your very helpful book review!

Helen Gazeley

Hi, Dorothy and Holleygarden. Glad this will be of use. With yet another day of rain here in the UK, I think I should review something on watergardens next!


I live on the Canadian prairies so this book is entirely applicable here too.

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