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Texas Drought Gardens 2011

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This is what happens when you haven't had a drop of rain in six months! Everything I've transplanted is drying out, but established plants are doing well -- even blooming! To add color to the gardens, I've added some artwork. Enjoy!

Comments / Q&A

On January 27,2012 Lynn said:

"Great yard, even if it is a little dry and crunchy. I love the side of your barn/shed. My husband and I thought we would like to retire to Hill Country but I think we would miss the water. Thanks for sharing, Lynn "

On May 20,2011 Sam(Sandy) said:

"Aren't you clever! Nice ideas.... Sandy"

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