What’s the good side of our historic drought here in California? Native gardens, of course! In this episode of the podcast Kelly and I share the lessons we learned from a native garden tour put on by the Theodore Payne Foundation. During the podcast we discuss:
- a provocative white paper by two UC horticulturalists on why some residential drought measures are shortsighted.
- A blog post we did on the 2016 Theodore Payne Garden tour.
- Pictures of the gardens on the Theodore Payne tour.
- The new Hahamongna Cooperative Nursery and Hahamongna Cooperative Nursery Facebook page.
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