When planning a new garden or adding plants to an existing landscape, it is essential to be reminded that no plant is fire-proof. Everything can and will burn if the temperature is hot enough. Also, even if a plant tag indicates that it is fire-resistant, it must be properly maintained, pruned, irrigated, spaced, and positioned in the correct locations to thrive. Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian tells us what to plant for fire retardation.
States are opening back up. What is the new normal going to be like? How can you plan for the future with the pandemic still lingering? Exercise caution,