Hill Country Naturalist

The following column is one that I first wrote several years ago, during another hot, dry summer. Unfortunately, our climate conditions have not changed, nor have the ways to save water, so it seemed appropriate to run it again today. By now most all the native grasses have gone dormant, many forbs and some shrubs are beginning to wilt and a few are dropping leaves. The urge, of course, is to…

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