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A Guide to Using Plants Resistant to Fire and Strong Winds

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A Guide to Using Plants Resistant to Fire and Strong Winds
By Ann Katelyn, guest writer for transients.info

Landscaping is not only meant to create an aesthetically impressive area in one’s property. While the visual allure of one’s yard is a great thing, you also need to take the natural elements into consideration. After all, what is the use of carefully designing a landscape if they can all be destroyed within a couple of hours? Thus, it’s important to understand the value of fire-resistant and wind-resistant plants for landscaping project in certain regions.
Fire-Resistant Plants

When the season is dry and warm, the chances of fire rapidly spreading across an area increases. In order to save the property or at least have enough time to evacuate, it’s a wise decision to utilize fire-resistant plants....
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Aaah, this post is like a balm for my soul:-D
It reminds me of the expression/question "When is the best time to plant a tree? A lifetime ago."... connected to the wisdom of carefully selecting which tree/plant/shrub is best suited to the environment we are creating<3
The process of considering which plant is best is full of joy-filled lessons of its own.

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