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Gardening in a Drought

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As California’s drought continues, its effects have become easy to see in browning lawns and drooping flowers. We talk with landscape and gardening experts about how you should best use precious water. What should you try to save, and what should you leave alone? And, as the fall planting season approaches, we’ll talk about the best drought-friendly landscapes.

Guests:

Kathleen Brenzel, garden editor for Sunset Magazine

Andrea Hurd, owner of Mariposa Gardening & Design

Flora Grubb, co-owner of Flora Grubb gardens in San Francisco

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