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October 10, 2012 8:04 AM

Add native plants to your garden to cut your water needs

Native plants are great additions to Central Coast gardens, and they are easy to buy and grow here. You can have an attractive, low-water garden year-round by choosing a rich blend of contrasting textures, shapes and foliage colors.

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