Open your eyes, Central Texas, and see the native landscape of the region flourishing along roadsides and natural areas where they have not been watered during this drought. As Lady Bird Johnson, with her delightful Texas drawl, use to say: “They’re survivors.” Native plants require no supplemental watering, no pesticides and no fertilizer while providing food and habitat for a plethora of resident and migratory fauna. Enjoy!
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