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noelinaz

Would it work in Phoenix, AZ?

   
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garlichillfarm

Nothing better then a prairie and woodland area. Love the idea to plant natives within perennials or annuals. Great article!

   
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens

noelinaz -- yup, and it's native to you! :)

   
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