Gardening during a drought

Metro ServiceSucculents are good drought-tolerant plants to include in landscape designs. ■ Metro Service During the early and oftentimes rainy days of spring, it can seem like there may never be a time when plants will struggle to get their share of water. But a drought can affect any area and arid climates in particular. Ensuring gardens can survive drought takes patience and forethought. Droughts can be particularly troubling for avid gardeners because it can wreak havoc on lawns and gardens. In addition to causing changes in the physical appearance, such as dried out leaves and stalks, drought can weaken the integrity of plants. This makes plants more susceptible to disease

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