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CENTRAL TEXAS GARDENER

Gravel in the Garden: Good, Bad & The Ugly

  • Aired: 07/14/2016
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Elizabeth McGreevy from Droplet Land Design examines why a total gravel landscape disrupts the water and nutrient cycle. Discover her best practices for gravel in the garden. To respond to drought, Bruce McDonald ripped out his front lawn for water-wise plants. Gardener Christina Pasco protects her organic peaches with a simple trick. John Dromgoole has an easy remedy for chiggers.
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