Talking Plants: Desert Gardens While much of the desert Southwest has converted to water-wise landscaping, Phoenix has been slow to come around. NPR's Ketzel Levine, the Doyenne of Dirt, talks to some avant-gardeners who are taking heat for digging up their lawns.
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Talking Plants: Desert Gardens

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Talking Plants: Desert Gardens

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While much of the desert Southwest has converted to water-wise landscaping, Phoenix has been slow to come around. NPR's Ketzel Levine, the Doyenne of Dirt, talks to some avant-gardeners who are taking heat for digging up their lawns.

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