[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] Cheryl Garing of the El Paso Botanical Gardens discusses the trees and shrubs common to arroyos, yet suitable for the landscape. Plants discussed include Arizona sycamore, desert willow, fairy duster, Mexican feather grass, hackberry tree, Mexican buckeye, acacia, and creosote bush. www.xericenter.com
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