Rain Gardening in the South: Ecologically Designed Gardens for Drought, Deluge, and Everything in Between
Eco-gardening and water-wise gardening is good gardening. Authors Helen Kraus and Anne Spafford offer a lively, comprehensive guide to creating an eco-friendly rain garden that will minimize water pollution, and bring year-round color and beauty to your yard.
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