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19 07, 2021

July News from Summer-Dry

2021-07-19T12:23:46-07:00Categories: Newsletters|Tags: , |

Greetings! High summer is upon us, a month or so early this year it seems, with springtime bloomers already gone and summer flowers at their glorious best. Sit back and enjoy it. Lazy summer days are the well-deserved fruits of our hard work!  * *~Saxon Holt and Nora Harlow  * Blog Post: Lion's Tail The nectar-rich, bright orange, tubular flowers of lion's tail seem specifically designed for hummingbirds and their aromatic leaves are repellent to deer. Blooming from late spring through fall, this South African native blends perfectly with many shrubs and perennials native to summer-dry climates. Read the full

8 01, 2021

The Book – Gardening in Summer-Dry Climates

2021-07-24T12:49:16-07:00Categories: Blog, Newsletters|Tags: |

Already know you want to buy an autographed copy ? Click Here.  Autographed by Nora and Saxon First want to know more about the book ? At its core, Gardening in Summer-Dry Climates encourages gardeners to understand and work in harmony with their region. By choosing naturally occurring, climate-appropriate plants, gardeners can promote healthier ecosystems and make a difference from their own backyards. Working with rather than against the summer-dry climate means reducing impact on water supplies and creating spaces that attract and sustain wildlife. It means taking a step back, letting nature assert itself in the garden, and welcoming in the unique wildness

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