Low-maintenance, Drought-tolerant Gardening
Boy, those words sound like music to the ears! Not a whole lot of work, not a whole lot of water, and year-round flowers, too! I get awfully tired of spending money and my weekends watering the grass, fertilizing the grass, mowing the grass, and then having to pay to get rid of the grass clippings, too! I'd rather go to Ruth Lake! So just how do you go about getting one of these?
Well, it's a pretty major project. This isn't something that you just throw together in
a couple of weekends. In fact, the first year it can be expensive and a lot of work. But
the second year's expenses and chores are few, and by the third year the thing practically
takes care of itself.
There are a definite series of steps to carry out and they also have to be in some kind
of order. If you skip one, it could cause major problems later.
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