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Gardening with Nature in Texas

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Texas is a diverse state with unique and widely varying geological features and climate zones. Regardless of the conditions, it is possible to garden successfully, provide habitat for wildlife, reduce pollution of air and water, and improve quality of life. For all gardeners, whether working with a pot on a balcony or acreage, the same basic principles apply. Following the ...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published February 22nd 2002 by Republic of Texas Press
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Cindy Dyson Eitelman
May 19, 2017 Cindy Dyson Eitelman rated it really liked it
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Chock full of useful stuff and a really good section on water gardens. Some of the tidbits I absorbed seemed new to me, or if I already knew them, I'd forgotten. Such as:

Alkaline tap water results in salt build-up in potted plants. Try to water with collected rainwater to avoid problems.

Now, I know how come the soil got so salty after we had a water line break that went undetected for several weeks. I'd assumed the hard pan clay held the water in the low spots and that dissolved the salt in the
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