Drought Tolerant Garden


Planting a drought tolerant garden at your school is a fun way to tie in environmental stewardship and science. This activity teaches schools how to plant a garden of native plants on school grounds. Do you have special birds or butterflies you would like to attract? Is there a botanical garden near your school? If so, this is a great place to start! Not only will the native garden teach students about native species, it could save your school money because of reduced water and fertilizer usage! Check out this video for some helpful tips on how to make your drought tolerant garden beautiful!

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