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Drought resistant gardening

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This year has already proved to be quite dry and it makes sense to think about drought resistant plants. If you live in a part of the country with low rainfall drought resistant plants will be easier to grow and less maintenance, and as our summers seem to turn warmer, these plants are invaluable in the border. 

We need to preserve our natural resources and water is on such resource. My guest blog on Thompson and Morgan's web site called 'Drought Resistant Plants' is packed  with information about drought resistant plants, including drought resistant bedding plants and how to look after your plants in a drought. 


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