Plants react in different ways to Texas drought

09/2/2009 | San Antonio Express-News

Some plants in Texas may react to the state's drought differently, but gardeners can be aware of the signs of stress. Cedar elms may drop their leaves early this fall because of the drought but will grow back healthy next year. Many figs have also dropped their fruit and leaves but will benefit from deep watering every three to four weeks to keep the roots alive.

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