Aug 16, 2013 (Science Friday) — Across the Southwest, cities are banning water-thirsty front lawns. Cado Daily of the University of Arizona's Water Wise Program views that as an opportunity to plant a "rainscape" -- a yard with drought-friendly native plants that she says can look as lush as a lawn, and lure wildlife back, too.
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