Future of garden will rely on recycled materials

04/5/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

The future of gardening will likely revolve around dry-stacked stone walls and recycled materials, write Joe Eaton and Ron Sullivan. They also note that San Francisco State University's five species of Nevina, blue-flowering woody iris relatives from South Africa made the Western Horticultural Society's Hot Plant Picks.

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