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May 04, 2009


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Native, drought resistant plants are a good way to make a garden sustainable. Another method that is slowly gaining in popularity is the use of greywater recycling systems that collect water used for bathing and laundry and use it to water plants. It's not always practical right now, but it is worth looking into.

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