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Farmer says that a drought-tolerant garden is easy to do--just pick the right plants and plant them properly. Among the plants he suggests are crinum, dyckia, liriope, windmill palms, Cooper Canyon daisy, and four o'clocks.
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17544
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North Carolina is known for its hot, humid summers. There is one group of plants, though, that can thrive under these conditions--herbs. The author discusses growing herbs with Lisa Treadaway, an expert in the field and proprietress of The Little Herb House in southern Wake County. She started her first herb garden in 1999, a 6x6-foot bed. Today it has grown to a 10,000-foot herb display garden and rows of herbs for production.
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17543
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The United States Department of Agriculture issued a new Plant Hardiness Zone Map in January 2012. Milner describes how the revisions will affect North Carolina gardeners.
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