Nurseries adapting to drought
“It is much harder to keep plants alive.”
When the Triangle suffered a drought in the early part of the decade, Fairview Nursery's sales withered, along with many lawns. via News Observer
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#1 Jul 24, 2007
Yeah but we keep bringing folks here and our local governments keeps handing out building permits like candy. This area will be hit eventually with a major drought and the resource won't be there to support the people living here. I'll laugh when those 500K houses can be bought for 100K cause the folks owning them can't even take a bath any more.
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