Using waterwise plants in your landscape design is good for pollinators, the water table and your pocketbook. It also gives you more time to just enjoy your plants instead of fretting over them all the time.
About the Author
- Angi Schneider
Angi Schneider is a pastor’s wife and homeschooling mom to 6 children. She’s also the owner of the blog SchneiderPeeps where she journals their homesteading and homeschooling adventures. Angi and her family have been gardening for 20 years in the South Texas area. She is the author of The Gardening Notebook.
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