Just because a plant grows in your area does not mean your project is designed in a fashion that the plant will thrive on your project. This Habitat Tip outlines the process of trying to "put a square peg into a round hole" and how to make sure and carefully consider your projects objectives before you start.
Putting the Right Plants in the Right Places
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