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Herbs a colorful choice for water-deprived garden

Published 08/04/2012, The Jamestown Sun

Cacti or succulents are the usual go-to plants when xeriscaping, or dry-land gardening, but herbs are an attractive alternative. Many herbs have Mediterranean origins, and can grow well where the soil is sandy and water is scarce.

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