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Cool Plants For A Hot Summer

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Lifestyles

A selection of sun-loving plants, top row from left, lilium (butter pixie), nepita (walkers low), amsonia, blue-eyed grass and lilium (peach pixie); bottom row, blue fescue grass.

Published on May 18, 2012 with No Comments

By Mary Ann Bourbeau

Area gardeners recommend plants, flowers that are heat and drought resistant

Will the warm winter translate into a warmer-than-usual summer? Many people believe it will, but it’s hard to say for sure.

To play it safe, homeowners might want to plan their gardens with the possibility

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