The name for the Xeria E-zine is derived from 'xeric' for dry gardening, and 'utopia' meaning a paradise - you can guess from the name the emphasis is on making your own Arid Eden!
Sign up for the Xeria E-zine which shows up in your email inbox around the middle of each month - each issue contains tips and information about xeric gardening, succulents, dry garden plants, thyme and xeriscaping.
Occasionally, you'll also receive a special issue, if there's something that I just can't wait to share with you.
Succulent crafts, planting ideas, sustainable gardening methods and much more in a short, readable post can be scanned in a few moments, and give you the opportunity to be inspired.
I also include information about special plant sales for Canadian gardeners.
If you're as fascinated by growing these incredible hardy
succulents like Sedum and Sempervivum, and making your garden a haven
for migratory songbirds, butterflies and bees, the Xeria E-zine will
give you inspiration for building flower gardens, rock walls, courtyards
and lots more.
Contest updates are included so you can stay current on what's hot.
You'll also get links to new pages that may be of interest to you in your quest to make your special xeric garden.
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Sign up for the Xeria E-zine below and receive your free bonus - a five part series on Xeriscaping, with ideas and inspiration to making your very own lush garden with very little water:
Xeriscaping, or building beautiful gardens with very little water, is a new buzz.
Utilizing Drought Smart Plants that are beautiful, low water and hardy gives you a wide palette to choose from for your dry garden.