Native wildflowers in California can stay in control

Native wildflowers in California can withstand dry summers and occasional wildfires, but they are not competitive with exotic plants that grow in their environment, writes Tony Tomeo. To help the natives stay in control, gardeners should weed to remove more aggressive exotic plants in areas that are regularly or even only sometimes watered, he notes.

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