Insight With Beth Ruyak

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California's Native Plants

EcoLandscape California / Facebook
 

EcoLandscape California / Facebook

In the fourth year of drought, what kinds of plants should people be planting in their gardens for the most green per gallon? California native plants may be a good alternative for using less water on landscaping. Dan Gluesenkamp, executive director of the California Native Plant Society, and Cheryl Buckwalter, program manager for the Green Gardener Training Program at Ecolnadscape California, will join Insight. 

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