These selections will thrive—instead of die—when things get dry
It seems like more and more areas of the country are experiencing decreasing rains and a loss of naturally occurring moisture. These drier conditions can spell disaster for plants. In this episode we outline plants that thrive in low-water conditions, which is basically every day in Steve’s garden because he rarely remembers to water his plants (and sometimes he forgets to plant them in the ground in the first place).
Expert: Stephanie Cohen, author, lecturer, and former horticulture professor, and contributing editor to Fine Gardening.