Gardening during a drought can be a challenge, but gardening does not need to stop because of dry and hot conditions. A drought garden should focus on reducing water use, a method known as water wise gardening or xeriscaping. Gardener Scott discusses 12 considerations for reduced water needs for plants during a drought and offers a bonus tip that will save the most water. (Video #283)
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