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Plants for Dry Climates: How to Select, Grow, and Enjoy
Mary Rose Duffield,Warren D. Jones
No preview available - 1998
12 inches 15 feet 20 feet Acacia Agave aphids areas arid attractive bark Bermudagrass bloom branches chlorosis citrus climates clumps clusters color cool Cotoneaster crown Cultivars damaged dark green deep dense desert Disadvantages drainage drought espalier Eucalyptus Family fast feet high foliage frost fruit full or reflected full sun gray-green ground cover grow growth Hardy to cold heat high zone improved garden soil inches long iron chlorosis irrigation landscape late winter lawn leaf Leguminosae Low and middle low zone Maintenance mature mesquite microclimates middle zone Moderate to ample moisture mulch native Occasional palm patio period Photinia pink Plant from containers pruning reflected sun screen season seed shade to full shrub silhouette sometimes Special design features species Specimen spread spring summer tall Temperature Texas root rot tion Tolerant Trim tropical trunk vine warm weather white flowers wind Xylosma yellow young trees zones Evergreen Soil