Desert Water Gardening for Beginners
Key Components Including a pond in your desert landscape provides many benefits:
This book will help you:
Water source for birds, butterflies, dragonflies and other creatures.
Masks noise from traffic and neighbors.
Involves children in a close-up view of nature.
Reduces stress as the soothing sounds of water refresh and rejuvenate.
Can reduce overall water use in the landscape.
Envision a pond that suits your needs.
Construct it using a flexible liner.
Create a natural looking pond to blend in with desert surrondings.
Maintain a healthy ecosystem for plants and fish as well as clear water for human enjoyment.
Cathy Cromell is an Editor at the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Maricopa County in Phoenix.
She is a certified Master Gardener, Master Composter and Master Enthomologist, Garden Editor-at-large for
Phoenix Home and Garden magazine, and Regional Reporter for the National Gardening Association.
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Desert Water Gardening For Beginners
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