Water-efficient landscaping involves smart plant grouping

04/28/2013 | Denton Record-Chronicle (Texas)

Landscapes that require less water are not limited to gravel or cactus, writes Janet Laminack, a horticulture county extension agent with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. A "smartscape" should include one-third landscape, one-third lawn and one-third perennials and shrubs, she writes. Grouping plants according to water needs is a good way to manage thirstier varieties.

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